Berries, Seeds, Nectar, Insects: Bird-friendly Gardening | WYPR

Berries, Seeds, Nectar, Insects: Bird-friendly Gardening

May 31, 2017

Credit Camilla Cerea / Patterson Park Audubon Center

Baltimore’s Patterson Park is home to more than 200 species of birds, birds hungry for berries, seeds, nectar, and insects. How do you create bird-friendly gardens that increase biodiversity and incorporate native plants? What does it take to master the subtle art of bird-watching? We speak to Susie Creamer, Director of Urban Education and Conservation at the Patterson Park Audubon Center, and Claire Wayner, the bird guide for Audubon's Bird Explorers.

Learn more about bird-friendly gardening here. Check out the top ten lists of bird-friendly trees, shrubs, and plants here.