The Friends of Turnbull activities Spring 2022.
Making your own yard more "wildlife" friendly
The "Wildlife" we are encouraging are birds, butterflies, caterpillars, bees, moths, other insects, worms and more. We gathered resources for you to improve Habitat for wildlife on your property by providing Food (native plants, pollinator gardens), Water, Shelter (layered plantings), and Space to raise young.
Resources for Making your property more wildlife friendly:
- Wildlife Sanctuary in backyard: now called Habitat at Home, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
- How to make your yard bird friendly from Audubon Society
- Audubon native plant database - enter your zipcode
- Xerces Society regional resources - PNW
- Xerces Society Checklists for habitat assessment
- Homegrown National Park - Doug Tallamy Videos
- A Yard Full Of Native Plants Is A Yard Full Of Well-Fed Birds - Cornell Lab All About Birds
- Gardening for Pollinators (US Forest Service)
- Attracting Pollinators Using Native Plants (US Forest Service)