BWH

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BWHBrigham and Women's Hospital (Boston, MA)
BWHBlue Water High (TV show)
BWHBackyard Wildlife Habitat
BWHBackup Withholding
BWHBust/Waist/Hip (measurement)
BWHBonded Warehouse
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Established by the National Wildlife Federation in 1973, the Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program helps birds and other creatures who are losing their home turf to urban sprawl by encouraging the development of habitats in home gardens.
The Backyard Wildlife Habitat program is also gaining momentum.
CONTACT: NWF Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program, (800) 822-9919, www.
Solar energy for heat and electricity, intensive gardening techniques for bountiful harvests, greywater systems for resource conservation, recycling, backyard wildlife habitat landscaping, small animal husbandry...
Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program National Wildlife Federation 8925 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22184-0001
"Backyard Wildlife Habitat Information Kit." National Wildlife Federation, Item #79919, 1400 16th St.
For more information about gardening for wildlife, see NWF's Backyard Wildlife Habitat TM Web site at www.nwf.org/backyardwildlifehabitat.
Those serious about creating a homegrown refuge can apply to the National Wildlife Federation for certification under its Backyard Wildlife Habitat program.
And the backyard wildlife habitat story (Page 46) explains how we can foster the inherent attraction humans have to other life forms, an instinctive feeling that scientist Edward O.
NWF's Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program now offers an interactive habitat planner on its Web site that provides a regionally specific, step-by-step process for planning and creating your own wildlife haven on-line.
The New York City woman and her fellow apartment building residents transformed their urban yard into wildlife habitat with help from the Backyard Wildlife Habitat program of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF).
For more information, ask a teacher to write to: Wild Schoolyards; Backyard Wildlife Habitat Programs; National Wildlife Federation; 1400 16th St.