An "abundance of wildlife" is one of the best indicators of an ecologically well-designed landscape. By understanding how pollinators, birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians select their habitats during each season of the year, we can design landscapes that effectively attract and support a diversity of wildlife. This presentation by Extension Professor and Wildlife Specialist with UNH Cooperative Extension Matt Tarr will provide practical methods for how to design your landscaping to attract and benefit a diversity of wildlife species.