Native Plants do more than add beauty to your yard. They help Save the Songbirds!

Create a Bird-friendly Habitat in Your Backyard

Scientists have identified habitat loss as one of the biggest reasons for the decline in bird populations. You can make a difference by adding native plants to your yard.

A plant is native if it has occurred naturally in a particular region, ecosystem or habitat without human introduction. Native plants provide shelter and nesting areas for birds, as well as natural sources for nectar, seeds, berries and insects.

Native Plant Facts

  1. Native plants typically grow healthier and stronger than non-natives.
  2. Native plants are low maintenance, requiring less watering, fertilizer and pesticides.
  3. Native plants assist in managing rainwater runoff and maintain healthy soil as their root systems are deep and keep soil from being compacted.

For you, native plants add a wealth of beauty, texture, varying heights and bloom times, providing a stunning display over multiple seasons. For birds, native trees and plants are home to caterpillars and other insects, which provide food for nestlings.

Adding native plants is one of the 7 Simple Actions to Help Birds. Stop by the store to learn more about native plants and actions you can take to help #SaveTheSongBirds.

Create a garden oasis for yourself and your backyard birds by adding these products to your yard.

Birds need water and we have a selection of beautiful bird baths like this one! (Selection will vary)

Sunflower Bird Bath Bowl

It's Nesting Season! Add a nesting box to your garden and watch nature expand right before your eyes!

WBU Eastern Bluebird Nesting Box

Grow your bird habitat with handing feeders and bird baths by adding our pole system to your yard!

WBU Advanced Pole System Basic Setup


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