Take a Walk on the Wild Side

A wonderful and exciting thing happened to me this week.  I was invited to join a group of bloggers dedicated to wildlife gardens and redefining beauty in the garden.  Of course I jumped at the chance, and am truly honored to be in their company.

Helen Yoest, author at Gardening with Confidence and Carole Brown, blogging at Ecosystem Gardening,  decided to come up with a way to get people to rethink what a beautiful garden should be, and why wildlife is so important in our lives.  As a result of their brainstorming, Wildlife Garden was born and in just 2 days has a Facebook page with over 500 followers, a beautiful website called Wildlife Garden, and a twitter account @WildlifeGarden.  The team members' bios are impressive, as is their enthusiasm for gardening, nature, and wildlife.

Now we can interact with all of you who want to learn more about wildlife in the garden, and you can show us your stuff!  We welcome pictures, comments, experiences and discussions  So, come join in the conversation, and take a walk on the wild side!  See how beautiful wildlife can be.


  1. Kathy I'm so thrilled to be working with such an amazing group on this project. And the response has been so overwhelming and positive it just shows what a hunger there has been to have this conversation. I can't wait to see where we go next!

  2. Sounds great. I'll check it out.

  3. I could never resist a walk on the wild side. I am going to see what this is all about. After all I think I "liked" it on facebook.

    You need to go to Redrocks. Seriously.


  4. That is certainly a group which will do wonders for the environment. How i wish there is something like that in this part of the world, however it might not be the order for the day yet with the economic situation in countries like ours. Maybe not in this lifetime. I will just content myself reading yours. thanks.


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