How to Make Your Autumn Garden Safe for Birds and Pollinators

Your Yard is Habitat

Native wildflower, snakeroot, grows well in the shade under trees.
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Autumn has arrived on the East Coast: the leaves are falling, the birds are migrating, and the pollinators are looking to hideaway for the winter. Living in a suburban area is difficult for a pollinator gardener and all the creatures we are trying to save. Most people don’t understand…



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V. Bray

V. Bray


Fiction writer, essayist, and poet. Author of many genres, but always connected to nature somehow. Learn more at