Posted by: Sandy Steinman | May 12, 2021

Native plants help birds weather the change

from Audubon

Did you know that native plants can help birds as they face a warming world?

Birds—whether migratory visitors or the backyard friends we see year-round—face myriad threats, including our warming climate. As a home gardener, there are small steps you can take to protect them and create a brighter future for us all.

Native gardens not only provide food, shelter and nesting sites for birds but can also reduce the resources needed to keep your yard or garden lush. Best of all, native plants and trees are natural sponges for greenhouse gases. Learn how to give your garden a home-field advantage against climate change with native plants.

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