Review of Species in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz

Review of Species in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz: Get a sneak peak of the amazing creatures that will be in the garden this autumn!

Introduction

This is a review of the species in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz.

What are some of the different types of plants and animals in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz?

Some of the different types of plants and animals in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz are:
-Plants: trees, shrubs, vines, and plants that grow in the ground
-Animals: deer, rabbits, squirrels, and other small animals
-Insects: butterflies, bees, and other insects

What are some of the different types of trees and plants in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz?

Review of Species in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz
Some of the different types of trees and plants in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz are:
-Oak
-Hickory
-Birch
-Apple
-Mulberry
-Pine
-Birch-Bark
-Willow
-Oak-Bark
-Hickory-Bark
-Apple-Bark
-Mulberry-Bark
-Pine-Bark
-Birch-Stem
-Willow-Stem

What are some of the different types of flowers and plants in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz?

Some of the different types of flowers and plants in the Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz are:
-Asters
-Beeswax candles
-Blackberry bushes
-Butterfly cages
-Cabbage plants
-Cherry trees
-Daffodils
-Dandelions
-Dragonflies
-Eggplant
-Ferns
-Gardenias
-Green beans
-Honeydews
-Irises
-Jasmine
-Kiwi plants
-Lilies
-Lobster plants
-Mint
-Nasturtiums
-Orchids
-Parsley
-Peaches
-Pineapples
-Pinecones
-Pumpkin plants
-Roses
-Sagebrush
-Sandalwood
-Shrubbery
-Snowdrops
-Tomatoes
-Water lilies

Q&A

1. What is the purpose of a review of species in a wildlife garden?

A review of species in a wildlife garden can help to improve the diversity and populations of plants and animals in the garden.

Conclusion

The Wildlife Garden Autumn BioBlitz was a great opportunity to learn about different types of wildlife and their habitats. We saw a lot of different types of birds and animals, and learned a lot about their behavior.

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