Oct 21, 2023
Welcome to a fresh, fall-inspired episode of The Backyard Naturalists, the award-winning podcast that connects nature lovers worldwide. Debbie and Laurie are your guides as they embrace the changing seasons and what it means for our local wildlife habitats.
As we transition into autumn, they explore the surprising ways we can support our feathered friends with bird feeders and natural food sources from our gardens. Bird migration is in full swing, and leaves are starting to fall. But here's the twist - this is a great time to plant and embrace a little 'wildness' in our landscapes.
Join us as we discuss the beauty of messiness in nature and the seven species that depend on us leaving the leaves. Tune in and let's welcome fall in the Carolinas!
We start this episode by talking about creating wildlife habitats. That initial episode of Creating Wildlife Habitats is still in the top three listened episodes for us. These principles have overlapped with almost every episode we've had. It's a really good guiding network for us to keep in mind.
Please visit and support our presenting sponsor, Backyard Birds at http://www.thebirdfoodstore.com/. A mecca for bird lovers and bird watchers, Backyard Birds is an independent family-owned business located in Matthews, NC (next to Dairy Queen), just southeast of Charlotte.
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While recording the Backyard Naturalists podcast, Debbie and Laurie enjoy coffee provided by the Good Cup Coffee Company in Matthews, North Carolina. Follow Good Cup Coffee on Instagram and look for them at the Matthews Community Farmer’s Market this Saturday morning.