Written by Earyn McGee, Las Vegas Review Journal
A backyard or patio garden that uses native plants can be a haven both for you and the many wildlife species that either call Southern Nevada home or pass through each year.
Tranquility is a hot commodity during a pandemic, and it may be as close as your backyard or patio. No matter the size of your space or your budget, a backyard or patio garden, particularly one that uses native plants, can be a haven for you and the many wildlife species that either call Southern Nevada home or pass through each year.
“During COVID, we’re all looking for that moment of calm, that moment of Zen, and your patio, backyard and your home itself is your sanctuary,” said Amanda Crinigan, social media specialist for the Red Rock Audubon Society. “And you can create a sanctuary for birds in your yard, and that is going to just generate even more calm in your life.”
Click on the link below to hear more from Red Rock Audubon member Amanda Crinigan and other advocates who support our local bird populations.
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