High quality wildlife landscapes can happen in small spaces

By Gary Balcerak, Balcerak Design and member of Tree Care for Birds Committee It seems that many people believe that relatively large areas are needed to provide wildlife habitat to have any real impact. The reality is that even small spaces can make a big difference. This is encouraging news, because urbanized areas are where the greatest need arguably is … Read More

Wildlife Trained Arborist List (for Customers)

Four Spokane Audubon members trained arborists on local birds and wildlife rehabilitation at a Wildlife Workshop and wanted a list of local arborists who had training on snag creation and management. Updated November 2, 2023 This article is to provide additional information to customers about Tree Care for Birds Wildlife Trained Arborist list. Relatively frequently, wildlife lovers ask us who … Read More

Wildlife Trained Arborist List (for Arborists)

Wildlife Biologist Courtney McCammon showing tree care professionals a nest during a Wildlife Workshop in Los Angeles, CA. Photo credit: Nurit Katz. Updated November 2, 2023 This article is to provide additional information to arborists about Tree Care for Birds Wildlife Trained Arborist list. Relatively frequently, wildlife lovers ask us who has taken our training and would be a good … Read More