backyard habitat show

fairy_toadmotherFebruary 16, 2006

an announcement i rec'd in an email:

"National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Animal Planet have teamed up to

bring you a new season of BACKYARD HABITAT, the television series that

makes the planet a better place for wildlife one backyard at a time.

Hosted by NWF's David Mizejewski and nature craft specialist Molly

Pesce, each episode presents fun and simple ways to attract wildlife to

your yard. This spring, we'd like to make their yard wildlife friendly!

The following locations have been tentatively set for season two:

coastal South Carolina, Tucson/Phoenix and Chicago/Midwest plains area. If you have friends or family in one of these areas and they would like

to be considered, please visit Animal Planet's website to access the

online application at

Selected homeowners will be visited by David, Molly, Animal Planet and

Rivr Media who will spend a day transforming their yard into a haven for

wildlife! "

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maryo_nh(z5 SouthernNH)

No New England episode, huh. Well. I guess I'm not wanted!

Anyway, too late for my yard, it's wildlife friendly already!

:) Mary

    Bookmark   February 17, 2006 at 7:11AM
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Mine is already certified by the visitors, too. :D

Thanks for sharing, FTM! Are you going to apply to be on the show? :)


    Bookmark   February 17, 2006 at 10:38AM
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unfortuately, no, brenda. my yard is far from being a habitat :( (darn dh!)

anyway, i am probably close enough this time...

    Bookmark   February 20, 2006 at 10:39PM
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