[<< wikibooks] Wildlife Gardening
Wildlife gardening is the deliberate modification of a locality to influence the composition, diversity, abundance or health of the organisms that inhabit it. These modifications can provide significant aesthetic, conservation, dietary, recreational, and spiritual value to humans and wildlife alike.


== About ==
This Wikibook is a descriptive textbook and instructional manual for wildlife gardening, assisting readers in shaping their local ecology to meet their personal goals. Please consult our manual of style before contributing.


== Introduction ==

Common habitat features
Brush piles
Forests
Ponds
Rock piles
Bat houses
Bird feeders
Hummingbird feeders
Bird houses
Wood duck nesting boxes


== Taxa ==
Animalia
Arthropoda
Insecta
Lepidoptera
Automeris io
Rhopalocera
Danaus plexippus 
Plantae
Angiospermae
Coreopsis lanceolata
Penstemon digitalis
Baptisia tinctoria
Asclepias tuberosa
Lobelia siphilitica
Eutrochium fistulosum
Pycnanthemum
Echinacea purpurea
Monarda fistulosa
Cirsium discolor
Liatris spicata
Verbesina alternifolia
Gentiana andrewsii
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae
Vernonia noveboracensis
Helenium autumnale
Solidago rugosa
Crataegus crus-galli
Cercis canadensis
Vaccinium corymbosum
Salix discolor
Tilia americana
Ceanothus americanus
Solidago sempervirens


== Taxon evaluation tables ==
Trees of the Northeastern United States
Shrubs of the Northeastern United States
Vines of the Northeastern United States
Herbs of the Northeastern United States
Floating and emergent plants of the Northeastern United States
Submerged plants of the Northeastern United States
Trees of the Southeastern United States
Shrubs of the Southeastern United States
Vines of the Southeastern United States
Herbs of the Southeastern United States
Floating and emergent plants of the Southeastern United States
Submerged plants of the Southeastern United States
Trees of the Midwestern United States
Shrubs of the Midwestern United States
Vines of the Midwestern United States
Herbs of the Midwestern United States
Floating and emergent plants of the Midwestern United States
Submerged plants of the Southeastern United States
Trees of the Plains region of the United States
Shrubs of the Plains region of the United States
Vines of the Plains region of the United States
Herbs of the Plains region of the United States
Floating and emergent plants of the Plains region of the United States
Submerged plants of the Plains region of the United States
Trees of the Pacific West region of the United States
Shrubs of the Pacific West region of the United States
Vines of the Pacific West region of the United States
Herbs of the Pacific West region of the United States
Floating and emergent plants of the Pacific West region of the United States
Submerged plants of the Pacific West region of the United States
Trees of Alaska
Shrubs of Alaska
Vines of Alaska
Herbs of Alaska
Floating and emergent plants of Alaska
Submerged plants of Alaska
Trees of Hawaii
Shrubs of Hawaii
Vines of Hawaii
Herbs of Hawaii
Floating and emergent plants of Hawaii
Submerged plants of Hawaii
Trees of Puerto Rico
Shrubs of Puerto Rico
Vines of Puerto Rico
Herbs of Puerto Rico
Floating and emergent plants of Puerto Rico
Submerged plants of Puerto Rico⌗ = viewdata square

United States
Northeastern United States
Connecticut
Delaware
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont
Virginia
West Virginia
Southeastern United States
Alabama
Arkansas
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Midwestern United States
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Ohio
Wisconsin
Plains region of the United States
Colorado
Kansas
Montana
Nebraska
New Mexico
North Dakota
South Dakota
Oklahoma
Texas
Wyoming
Pacific West region of the United States
Arizona
California
Idaho
Nevada
Oregon
Utah
Washington
Alaska
Hawaii
Puerto Rico


== Locations ==
North America
United States
Delaware 
Indiana 
Kentucky 
Maryland 
Michigan 
New Jersey 
New York (state) 
North Carolina 
Ohio 
Pennsylvania 
Virginia 
West Virginia 


== Ecosystems ==
Allegheny-Cumberland Dry Oak Forest and Woodland


== Example gardens ==


== Bibliography ==
Adamson, Nancy Lee; Borders, Brianna; Cruz, Jessa Kay; Jordan, Sarah Foltz; Gill, Kelly; Hopwood, Jennifer; Lee-Mäder, Eric; Minnerath, Ashley et al. (2017) "Pollinator Plants: Mid-Atlantic Region" (in English) Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation pp. 3 https://xerces.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/2017-049_Mid-AtlanticPlantList_Dec2017_web-3page.pdf. Retrieved 09-02-2019