Why should I attract beneficial garden creatures?

Why should I attract beneficial garden creatures?

Why should I attract beneficial garden creatures? Mason bees pollinate up to 1500 blossoms per day! Bats eat up to 1000 mosquitoes in an hour! Ladybugs eat harmful pests such as aphids, mites and scale. Butterflies are a sign of a healthy garden and help the it grow...
7 Things you should know about cardinals

7 Things you should know about cardinals

7 Things you should know about Cardinals Cardinals prefer to face their food while eating. If you are using a tube feeder add a seed catching tray for better results. Their favorite seeds are safflower and black oil sunflower. Straight safflower is great because it...
7 things you should know about Nuthatches

7 things you should know about Nuthatches

7 things you should know about Nuthatches Nuthatches prefer to reside in open, mature pine trees. Their diet switches from insects and spiders in the summer to sunflower seeds and suet in the winter. In its search for insects, nuthatches will use “tools” such as bark...
7 things you should know about woodpeckers

7 things you should know about woodpeckers

7 Things you should know about woodpeckers Woodpeckers eat suet, nuts, seeds, bugs, sap and fruit. They are especially attracted to suet feeders or peanut feeders. Woodpeckers will sometimes sip nectar out of hummingbird feeders as well as feast on oranges at an...

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