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WindStar Wildlife Institute
Creating a Wildlife
Habitat Plan
Congratulations! By deciding to enhance your
property for wildlife, you are on the way to providing
beauty for your home, creating excitement for your
family, and affecting the future survival
of wildlife in your area.
No matter what the size of your property or budget,
you CAN make a difference.
N
atural habitat in this
country, and the world at
large, is disappearing at a
frightening pace. Buildings and
parking lots have replaced
forests and prairies, ponds
have been filled for additional
land, and the list of endangered
species grows longer every year.
Much of the habitat that
remains is polluted by
insecticides and industrial
wastes. It is easy to get
discouraged, but by planning
and providing the four
essentials for wildlife -
food,
water, shelter, and space -
each individual can help to
restore the natural habitat
which benefits all of us.
Step 1
Set Your Objectives
The first step in designing
your wildlife habitat plan is to
define your personal objectives.
While you are helping wildlife,
you also want to create an
environment that complements
your own interests. Some
possibilities to consider include:
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Wildlife watching
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Nature photography
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Fishing
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Gardening
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Hunting
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Sharing nature experiences
Maybe you want to attract
more species to your property,
or just want to start by
installing new feeders or
birdhouses.
Adding a water feature and
planting new trees and shrubs

Habitat Plan:

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