Gardening with Wildlife
In a leafy suburb to the west of Montreal we have worked for twenty years to transform a very basic square of grass into 15,000 square feet of bosky, varied wildlife habitat that is also full of enough traditional garden plants to gladden the heart of any “real” gardener. Our mixed native and selected horticultural species attract a rich list of 120+ species of birds plus butterflies, moths and other fascinating insects as well as the mammals you might expect. It’s where we garden with wildlife. In our journal we share the seasons and offer ideas to help you bring the birds to your garden and answer the questions we are asked about “how to do it”.
.. and also
Every now and again there’s a post about something non-garden/wildlife-ish … we think you’ll enjoy these interludes when they happen.
Anything more overtly wildlife oriented that does not involve gardening is found on our other website – see www.greenbirding.ca
… plus Featured Photography
New for 2018 – We take photographs in the wildlife garden to illustrate the changing seasons but we also take a lot of photographs outside the garden, almost all of plants, wildlife and landscapes. Alongside the regular journal entries we are now showcasing occasional featured images that previously had their own website elsewhere. We are also offering a weekly album of “more than one” image – easier to handle for most people.
**NOTE: In case you want to skip the “arty” stuff 🙂 the titles of “Featured Photograph” posts are all identified with a camera icon
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Quick links to recent journal entries …
The Garden Journal … and other topics (other than photography)
You will be receiving this on Christmas Eve … whether you pause to read it immediately is another matter but whether you do or not Jean and I wish you all, gardeners, wildlife gardeners [...]
Recently Featured Photographs
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