Our mission as ecological landscape designers has always been to improve our natural environments from traditional, chemical-laden and exotically planted landscapes to native, ecologically-productive habitats. We interviewed several long-term clients on what wildlife visitors they see in their landscape. Watch the video below to hear directly from them!
“No matter what time of year it is, you can always look out the window and see something really interesting.” –Kathleen, Mamaroneck
“There’s lots of turkeys that come in. Last week we had a flock of about 10.” –Clare, Beford Hills
” A flock of about twenty robins, foraging in the leaf litter” –Kathleen, Mamaroneck
“Sphinx Moths, I have never had any in my garden before. I had a whole bunch of Monarch butterflies. I haven’t had any in previous years” — Marty, Hastings-on-Hudson
“Just sitting there and seeing all the bees and butterflies, it’s like everyday is a show” — Anne, Irvington
“They come in shifts; first you have the catbirds, then you have the sparrows, and then the chipmunks” –Kathleen, Mamaroneck
Want to see more wildlife in your garden? Contact us to discuss your ecological landscape design project!
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Where Design Meets Ecology