Squirrels will stop at nothing to reach your bird feeder. Try these tricks to outsmart them.
Woodpeckers are a sign that your backyard habitat is healthy—and they'll eat up your insect pests, too.
Toads love munching on many of the insects and critters that drive gardeners to distraction.
As songbird populations are declining dramatically, organic gardeners can help them survive by making small changes to their yards.
Attract pollinators and local wildlife to your yard with this regional guide to native blooms.
You think you're helping the bees, but are you really?
These live cams offer a rare glimpse at some of nature's most magnificent creatures.
As many as 95,000 ticks have been found on a single moose.
Small and easy to handle, rabbits make a great first pet or livestock animal.
Even if you can’t keep a hive of bees yourself, you can still plant your garden with them in mind.
Tried-and-true tips from experienced gardeners on how to keep Bambi from gorging on your greenery.