Natural Homes for Backyard Birds

Create a welcoming habitat for birds in your backyard by giving them cozy places for nest-building and raising their young.

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The thorny nature of most hollies helps make them an excellent cover for birds, keeping out all but the most determined predators. Cedar waxwings, cardinals and other birds enjoy the berries in late winter.

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