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David Mizejewski, National Wildlife Federation representative and TV personality, loves sharing about creating wildlife-friendly gardens.


Discover the four components of habitat – food, water, shelter and places to raise young, how to observe and enjoy wildlife and avoid critter-conflicts, the vital role of native plants in the garden, and tips sustainable gardening practices.

Check out the National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife program for attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other a Backyard Wildlife to your yard or apartment balcony.   Burien is a registered Community Wildlife Habitat city working towards full certification with the National Wildlife Federation.


Your Backyard or Balcony can become a Wildlife Habitat. It's Easy!

Follow this link to the National Wildlife Federation website and learn how.

Habitat Stewards Build a Pollinator Garden at Mathison Park. Native plants and perennial flowering plants make excellent habitat for birds, butterflies, and bees, providing shelter, places to raise young, and food sources.

Attract Birds, Butterflies and Bees to Your Yard or Balcony

Native Trees, Bushes, and Shrubs, like Huckleberry and Thimble Berry, support native pollinators, birds and butterflies, as well as the migratory species that are passing through. Include these plants in your landscaping.
Here's Information about last year's project funded by the Port of Seattle Airport Community Ecology fund: Birds, Butterflies and Bees for Burien.

In April Stewards Built a Rain Garden for Pollinators at the Hazel Valley Community Garden