Interest in birds leads to appreciation for native-plant landscaping for Lynne and Jim Weber

Published on May 2, 2012 by   | In every season, wildlife finds food, shelter and water in Lynne and Jim Weber’s drought-tough National Wildlife Federation Certified Backyard Habitat. Their small front garden hosts seeds, flowers and larval food, even in winter, to welcome native and migratory wildlife. As Texas Master Naturalists and NWF habitat stewards, they published a book, Nature Watch Austin, which tracks plant and wildlife activity in a monthly diary.

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