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Support Birds with Bird-Friendly Garden Plants

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Serviceberries, asters and sunflowers, oh my! Native1 plants do so much to support birds, providing fruit, seeds, and nectar, but also shelter and insects to eat. Now you can enjoy the beauty of bird-friendly plants of the U.S. and Canada and the birds they support with this colorful poster illustrated by former Bartels Science Illustrator Charlotte Holden. See a particular plant you like? Find out more about each illustrated plant with planting and range information on page two.

Fill out your information here to download this beautiful and informative artwork. View digitally, or print it and display. 

Are you interested in transforming your outdoor spaces into vibrant places that birds will flock to? Pick up planning guides, key gardening tips and advice for regions in the U.S. and Canada, and learn more about how to help birds thrive in the self-paced, online course, Growing Wild: Gardening for Birds and Nature.

1These plants are native to the continental United States and Canada, meaning they were not introduced in the last several hundred years by humans. 


 

Sources for Plant Information: 

Kartesz, J.T., The Biota of North America Program (BONAP). 2015. North American Plant Atlas. (http://bonap.net/napa). Chapel Hill, NC.

Native Plant Information Network (NPIN). 2013. Native Plants of North America. (http://www.wildflower.org/plants/). Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas, Austin, TX.

National Audubon Society. Native Plants Database. (https://www.audubon.org/native-plants). New York, NY.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), NRCS. 2023. The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC.