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Creating backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies keeps pollination cycle going  Which is why it's not so surprising that her backyard in west Houston near the Energy Corridor is a certified backyard wildlife habitat.  The state certification is awarded to backyards that meet certain requirements - such as at least half of the plants being native to Texas as well as having consistent food, shelter and water sources for wildlife.  Backlas is one of many local gardeners who appreciate…

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

An angel statue watches over the backyard of Amy Backlas in Houston near the energy corridor. Her yard is is wildlife certified and draws lots of birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

How to Attract Owls to Your Backyard: Adding an owl box to your backyard can help attract these raptors.

How to Attract Owls to Your Backyard

How to Attract Owls to Your Backyard: Adding an owl box to your backyard can help attract these raptors.

An angel statue watches over the backyard of Amy Backlas. Her yard is is wildlife certified and draws lots of birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

An angel statue watches over the backyard of Amy Backlas. Her yard is is wildlife certified and draws lots of birds, bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

A woodpecker finds a spot to his liking. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

A woodpecker finds a spot to his liking. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Honey bee on a calendula flower. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

Honey bee on a calendula flower. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Until spring and summer flowers bloom, a birdfeeder provides nourishment for these goldfinches. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

Until spring and summer flowers bloom, a birdfeeder provides nourishment for these goldfinches. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

A bee on a bloom of a Meyer Lemon tree. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

A bee on a bloom of a Meyer Lemon tree. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

A lone honey bee goes about collecting pollen from the blooms of Indigo Spires, a type of Salvia. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

A lone honey bee goes about collecting pollen from the blooms of Indigo Spires, a type of Salvia. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

A water lily provides nectar for a bee.Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

A water lily provides nectar for a bee.Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

A bee collects pollen from an echinacea purpurea plant. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

Create a backyard oasis for bees, birds, butterflies

A bee collects pollen from an echinacea purpurea plant. Your garden will thank you for it, as will the birds and the bees. They need our help, too, to stay healthy and happy in our increasingly concrete society.

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