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Certified Wildlife Habitat Series Videos

http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 7th of 7 - Once you've provided the 4 components of habitat and adopted sustainable gardening practices you can certify your yard, school or community as a NWF Certified Wildlife Habitat!
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 5th of 7 - Naturalist David Mizejewski shows you the many ways you can provide wildlife with a place to raise their young.
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 2nd of 7 - One of the 4 main components of a wildlife friendly garden is Food. Naturalist David Mizejewski shows you ways to provide food for wildlife in your garden.
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 4th of 7 - Naturalist David Mizejewski explains why cover is so important for wildlife.
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 6th of 7 - Naturalist David Mizejewski tells you how to go green in your garden & help wildlife, too!
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 3rd of 7 - The next main component of a wildlife friendly garden is Water. Naturalist David Mizejewski explains how to provide water for wildlife, depending on what you'd like to attract to your yard.
http://www.nwf.org/gardenforwildlife - 1st of 7 - Naturalist David Mizejewski answers the questions "What is Habitat?" and "Why Should We Garden For Wildlife?"
This video discusses how to enhance wildlife habitat
Dr. Jim Armstrong discusses the benefits soft edges have on wildlife enhancement
Dr. Jim Armstrong discusses the basic knowledge and skills every wildlife manager should understand.
Outdoors writer Tom Venesky reviews the materials and techniques needed to build a brush pile, the second wildlife habitat featured in his spring outdoors series.
Doc Sanders talks with Marne Titchnel of the Ohio State Extension about managing a forest for DOWN THE ROAD TV!

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