Yellow colors. Crunchy pathways. Crisp mornings. These are signs of the fall season. This year, fight the urge to add ‘rake leaves into piles’ to your seasonal to-do list. Here are three reasons why you should leave the leaves this season: 1.Provide habitat for wildlife As the trees shed their leaves, this new organic layer starts to form its own ecosystem. It provides shelter for wildlife from worms and caterpillars to shrews and chipmunks. Butterflies and moths rely on these leaves for protection throughout the winter months. According…

1 billion. That’s the highest estimate for the number of birds that die each year due to collisions with manmade structures. Join FLAP Canada, Greenwood and other bird lovers during the Global Bird Rescue campaign between October 3rd to 9th to help save our feathered friends. Migratory birds and others alike face threats from buildings in the daytime and at night. Reflections create the elusion of a continuous flight path. Sometimes these winged creatures see themselves in the glass and perceive a threat on their territory. Either way,…

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