Trees for Wildlife
A common thread that runs through the fabric of America is our love for wildlife. Whether it is a squirrel in a city park or a hovering marsh hawk hunting the edges of a golf course, wildlife is a valued resource that most Americans want to protect and enjoy. But to share our urbanizing country with wildlife takes understanding and planning -- and not surprisingly, trees play an important role..
This illustrated guide will show you how to provide food, cover and water for animals. You'll learn what trees to plant and where to plant them to maximize the benefit for wildlife.
Tree City USA Bulletin #13
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