would like to welcome fellow wildlife enthusiasts and newcomers alike!
That being said, it is almost more important to show my appreciation to those
that are new to this kind of thing. Unfortunately, too many people go on
about their daily business totally oblivious to the wildlife around
them. Sure, they will stop to appreciate the birds from time to time, but
there is so much more that nature offers us, even if you're in an urban area.
it seems that wildlife and nature enthusiasts have gotten a bad rap over the
years. It seems as though the general
consensus is that nature lovers are either middle aged retired folks that have
nothing better to do, or they are extremist demonstrators that would trade the
life of a human for that of a tree. Fact
is, people from one extreme to the other and everywhere in between enjoy
nature. I break that stereotype mold
website isn't just a resource for people to learn how to cultivate their own
backyard habitats, but it is home to a community that can share their successes
and failures alike. Creating the
ultimate backyard environment is a never ending pursuit. Even if you achieve your goals, there is
always something else you'd like to do!
And one of those things is usually to share your experiences with nature
with other friendly folks.
in and enjoy the many things we have to offer!
have recently decided to shift the focus of this website to one that is more
inclusive with nature. It's previous
direction was one that was focused on the control of invasive species. While native songbird management was my main
focus, the presentation came across as more of an all-out heartless assault on
house sparrows and that presented a poor image to the public. While invasive species control will still be
a huge part of this site, it will not be the main focus.