Critters Love Lackadaisical Gardeners

May 22, 2016

Don’t fret if you get behind in your yard work. If you get a little lazy and your lawn starts to look more like a field, a field sparrow might reap the benefits of your neglect.

 

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Those pesky dandelions are dandy to goldfinches once they go to seed. Soon the yellow spots in your yard will be feathered beauties of black and yellow—pure gold!

 

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Is that clover growing in the corner of your garden? A quail might come over to pick in that clover.

 

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Is that a weed patch by the shed, or a veggie smorgasbord for a nursing cottontail.

 

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I really need to spray that fescue around the barn…..or do I?

 

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Time to sharpen the chainsaw. Those cedar trees are getting thick in the south field…..thick with bluebird food!

 

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Barnyard grass is a pain in the, uh, butt……except to indigo buntings. They find it a wonderful feeling in the tummy.

This message was brought to you by the Missouri Critter Alliance, an organization that exists only in my imagination.

Thanks for looking,

DB

Email:  Natureframes@Rocketmail.Com

Gallery and Print Information:  Danny’s Website

 

 

 

 

3 comments on “Critters Love Lackadaisical Gardeners”

  1. Ditto!

  2. Exquisite Danny! Thank you Leslie Limberg Messy Gardener Natural Naturalist Habitat Gardener


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