Looking Into Their Eyes – A Place to Live and Grow Naturally

When we strive to provide an environment which welcomes wild creatures

Green Frog
Green Frog

We are creating not only habitats where humans and wildlife coexist

Northern Mocking Bird
Northern Mocking Bird

We are creating opportunities to look into their eyes and see

Green Frog
Green Frog
Nursery Web spider with her egg case
Nursery Web spider with her egg case

They are more than feathers

Juvenile flycatcher getting ready to fledge
Juvenile flycatchers

Scales

Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake

Or fur

Eastern American Grey Squirrel
Eastern American Grey Squirrel

Working in a garden that is also designated a Certified Wildlife Habitat

Green Bottle Fly on Daisy mum
Green Bottle fly on Daisy mum

Allows an individual the time to commune with the natural world.

Tussock moth
Tussock moth
Ribbon snake
Ribbon snake

Beauty abounds

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 2
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on Tiger Lily

And life is everywhere

Mining Bee
Mining Bee

 

 Joy is contagious!

Silver-Spotted Skipper butterfly  on parsley
Silver-Spotted Skipper butterfly on Flat-leaf parsley

 

CERTIFIED WILDLIFE HABITAT #139,583

Praying Mantis
Praying Mantis on Coleus plant

 

Green frog 2014
Green Frog

 

 

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19 thoughts on “Looking Into Their Eyes – A Place to Live and Grow Naturally

  1. oops, seems like I forgot to fill out the info…my new laptop is just getting to know the sites it should automatically fill in.

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