Audubon Urges People Coast to Coast to Help Birds by Creating a Wildlife Friendly Habitat in Their Backyard
New York, NY, March 29, 2007 - All across North America, one of the sure signs that spring is here is the return of migratory birds to our woods, meadows, and parks. Another is the return of gardeners and landscapers to their backyards. This year, the National Audubon Society is asking people to keep birds and wildlife in mind as they begin their spring planting.
There are many ways to help make backyards, gardens and parks into healthy habitat for birds and other wildlife. By ensuring that the necessities for survival - food, water, nesting areas, and shelter - are available, people can temper the habitat loss caused by urban and suburban expansion.
To learn more about how to help ensure a successful spring migration and provide safe habitat for our feathered friends, as well as other wildlife, please visit http://www.audubon.org/news/press_releases/HealthyYard_03_21_07.html#TopOfPage