Anne Raver talks with Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home, about the importance of planting natives that bugs can eat. Check it out.
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Ann Raver is not one of my favorite’s, but her coverage of Mr. Tallamy’s book is excellent. Most folks just don’t make the connection between insects, birds and native plants. The fact is, remove any one and the others go as well. This is particularly true in cities which are more sterile and bugs are seen as annoying and bad.
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