(NGM FEB 2012) Creating a Bird-Friendly Backyard (and Front Yard Too!)

By Susan Littlefield

National Garden Month 2012 - February's Article

For Immediate Release
Susan Littlefield
Horticultural Editor
National Gardening Association
(802) 863-5251, ext. 119
Email:[email protected]

South Burlington, VT (February 27, 2012)- A garden filled with the sounds and sights of birds is one that offers an extra dimension of pleasure and its benefits go beyond the joy of sharing space with such beautiful and interesting neighbors. From their lovely songs and playful antics to their appetite for those pesky garden pests, birds are one of nature's way of reminding us how we all can live in harmony!

As you start to plan for your garden, keep those friendly neighbors in mind! Start off by visiting www.nationalgardenmonth.orgfor ideas on how to create an inviting and bird-friendly backyard!

About the National Gardening Association:

The National Gardening Association (NGA), founded in 1973, is a national nonprofit leader in plant-based education. NGA offers the Web's largest and most respected array of online gardening content, serving a broad audience of consumers. The organization acts as an interactive hub supporting the needs of gardening novices and experts alike, as well as providing educators with curriculum, publications, grants, and professional development tools. Visit www.garden.org and open your eyes to a world of lifestyle possibilities through gardening.

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