Blog Posts - Wildlife Habitat



Keeping Cheasty, and All Seattle’s Natural Areas, Healthy for Urban Nature

  The Thornton Creek Alliance has sent the following letter to the Seattle Park Board Commissioners questioning the pilot project proposal to open a large section of the Cheasty Green Belt and Natural Area to active sports use by mountain bikes...
by Friends of Urban Forest on Apr 23, 2015

Parks Grasslands Mowing Impacting Ground Nesting Birds

  The following letters were posted on Seattle Parks and Open Space Advocates  listserve and raise an important issues affecting ground nesting birds in Seattle and other parks. Subject: Stop the mowing of nesting bird habitat in Discovery Par...
by Friends of Urban Forest on Apr 10, 2015

Winter Wildlife Habitat now in Farmville

Farmville has also released the Winter Wildlife Habitat few moments ago together with some animal building facilities like Winter Zoo, Winter Pet Run, Winter Aviary, and Winter Livestock. You need the following materials for construction:: Fence Po...
by Farmville FCU on Jan 19, 2012

Creating a Backyard Habitat for Your Local Wildlife

A wildlife habitat consists of a combination of food, water, shelter, and space arranged to meet the needs of wildlife. All yards, no matter how large or small, can be landscaped to attract small animals, birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects. T...
by Garden Decor on Oct 22, 2009


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