1: Transform your yard into a wildlife sanctuary by planting native flora and providing food sources for birds and insects.

2: Attract butterflies and bees with colorful flowers and provide shelter for small animals by creating brush piles and birdhouses.

3: Encourage a diverse ecosystem by including a water feature like a birdbath or small pond for birds and amphibians.

4: Avoid using pesticides and herbicides to protect wildlife and promote a healthy environment for all residents of your yard.

5: Plant a variety of trees and shrubs to provide nesting sites and create a habitat that supports a wide range of wildlife species.

6: Create a designated area for wildlife by leaving part of your yard untouched to serve as a safe space for animals to thrive.

7: Install bird feeders and bat houses to attract beneficial wildlife and enjoy watching them up close in your own backyard.

8: Learn about the native species in your area and tailor your landscaping to meet their needs for food, water, and shelter.

9: By creating a wildlife-friendly yard, you can help conserve local biodiversity and create a beautiful, sustainable landscape for all to enjoy.