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Touch a butterfly : wildlife gardening with kids

Author: April Pulley Sayre
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Roost Books, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Explains how to plant and maintain a wildlife garden that will provide a natural habitat for a variety of small creatures, while enriching children's relationship with nature.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: April Pulley Sayre
ISBN: 9781590309179 1590309170
OCLC Number: 794640298
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 207 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: The comfy spot --
Opening your ears --
Gardening in the rain --
Layer cake of life --
Oh, the itchies! Bathing, sunning, and anting --
The great escape --
Pile it on! Simple shelters --
What's on the menu? --
Water detectives --
Wooing with water --
Consider the wind --
Winter nest hunt --
Snowy day survey --
Setting the stage for wildlife --
Planning your garden --
Going to the maps --
Sounds and space --
Sensing the soil --
The lessons of compost --
Preparing the ground --
Transplanting time --
Native plants --
Cacti for wildlife --
Planting the great ones --
Giving trees space to grow --
Celebrating snags --
Water gardening --
Mowing for wildlife --
When a fence is more than a fence --
Keeping the neighbors happy --
Butterfly seekers --
Finding the best spot for your butterfly garden --
Plants for a butterfly garden --
The caterpillar crawl --
Dragonfly encounters --
Creating dragonfly habitats --
Bees and other awe-inspiring insects --
Toadally cool --
Bats are beautiful --
Berry eaters --
Sharing berries with the birds --
Welcome, seed eaters --
Symphony of seeds --
Insect eaters --
Hello, hummingbirds! --
A building materials buffet for the birds --
Cavity nesters --
A place for people: being part of your wildlife garden --
Secrets to wildlife watching --
Wildlife blinds --
Hands and feet awareness --
What about mosquitoes? --
Reaching out to the community --
Getting your wildlife garden certified.
Responsibility: April Pulley Sayre.

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Explains how to plant and maintain a wildlife garden that will provide a natural habitat for a variety of small creatures, while enriching children's relationship with nature.

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