1: Create a cozy refuge with native plants, a birdbath, and feeders for birds and butterflies.

2: Add a water feature like a pond or fountain to attract wildlife to your front yard.

3: Install birdhouses and bat boxes to provide shelter for our feathered and furry friends.

4: Plant shrubs and trees that provide food and shelter for wildlife during the fall season.

5: Create a mini meadow with wildflowers to attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

6: Include a variety of plants with different blooming times to provide year-round food for wildlife.

7: Add a few rocks and logs for wildlife to hide and take shelter in your front yard.

8: Create a compost pile to attract insects and beneficial microorganisms to your front yard.

9: Avoid using pesticides and chemicals in your front yard to protect the wildlife habitat you've created.