As you improve your skills at picking up feelings from plants and trees you will discover that plant energies within ecosystems gather into energy guilds. Often these guilds are strongest around Mother Trees. Like all plants, trees provide energy emissions, which also carry communication between themselves and others.
We really have a lot to learn about how everything works – and how everything is connected. Join us for a presentation about the importance of Mother Trees.
Toolroom 2 - How to Create Bird Habitat
Your garden is your outdoor sanctuary. With some careful plant choices, it can be a haven for native birds as well. Landscaped with native species, your yard, patio, or balcony becomes a vital recharge station for migratory birds passing through and a sanctuary for nesting and overwintering birds. Each patch of restored native habitat is just that – a patch in the frayed fabric of the ecosystem in which it lies. By landscaping, or wildscaping, with native plants, we can turn a patchwork of green spaces into a quilt of restored habitat. More native plants mean more choices of food and shelter for native birds, native pollinators and other wildlife.
Attracting wild birds to your backyard takes more than just birdhouses. Wild birds look for places to feed and nest, and creating a permanent habitat for wild birds will make them want to come back year after year. One of the best ways to attract wild birds is to make sure that your yard is inviting to them. Here are a few tips on how to transform your yard to attract birds of all types.
Learn how to create a bird sanctuary in the backyard. Home improvement expert, Ron Hazelton, shares his tips and includes details on landscaping to attract birds, building and installing bird houses and bird feeders.
Take your love of birds to the next level by creating habitat in your yard or garden that provides life-saving resources (think food, water, and shelter) for birds throughout the year. Gardening is an excellent way to ensure that outdoor spaces, whether large or small, help wildlife. Many North American bird species are in decline due to habitat loss and degradation, among other global threats. You can help!
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