To provide food and camouflage for wildlife in her Raleigh garden, Helen Yoest lets it transition through the seasons without making it too tidy. Though the untrimmed effect may not always be considered attractive, it has benefits for wildlife, she says.
To provide food and camouflage for wildlife in her Raleigh garden, Helen Yoest lets it transition through the seasons without making it too tidy. Though the untrimmed effect may not always be considered attractive, it has benefits for wildlife, she says. jleonard@newsobserver.com
To provide food and camouflage for wildlife in her Raleigh garden, Helen Yoest lets it transition through the seasons without making it too tidy. Though the untrimmed effect may not always be considered attractive, it has benefits for wildlife, she says. jleonard@newsobserver.com

Backyard Wildlife: Leave winter habitats for animals

October 24, 2014 08:00 PM

UPDATED October 24, 2014 09:22 PM

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