Backyard Conservation

Homeowners can do their part to support wildlife habitat by participating in backyard conservation projects.



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An adult cedar waxwing pauses at its nest between feedings.
STEVE MASLOSKI/BACKYARD CONSERVATION
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A viceroy butterfly amid tickseed sunflowers. 
STEVE MASLOSKI/BACKYARD CONSERVATION
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Cooperating with backyard conservation policies could bring the vitality of nature to your window, like this view of a female northern cardinal feeding on hawthorn tree berries in the winter. 
PHOTO: STEVE MASLOSKI/BACKYARD CONSERVATION

















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