Serviceberries, asters and sunflowers, oh my! Native1 plants do so much to support birds, providing fruit 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.
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1These plants are native to the continental United States and Canada, meaning they were not introduced in the last several hundred years by humans.