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Hedgewytch Hollow: Certified Wildlife Habitat

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Our home has been registered as “Certified Wildlife Habitat” by the National Wildlife Federation.  We are officially “Hedgewytch Hollow”.  There are several requirements that your land/grounds must meet in order to qualify for certification.  For anyone interested, I’m posting a link to the NWF at the bottom of this post.

This is a slideshow of “Hedgewytch Hollow”, created entirely with original photos taken by me.  Welcome to our world…Enjoy!

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Here’s a link to the National Wildlife Federation:

http://www.nwf.org/

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Author: Amythyst Raine

Witchy, Pagan, Personal Stuff Amythyst Raine is an author; a professional tarot reader; the mother to 7 magickal individuals; a major procrastinator; Crazy-Cat-Lady; and chocoholic. She writes books on witchcraft, the tarot, and Feminine Spirituality (published by Labyrinth House, Moon Books, and Dodona Books). She's an avid blogger; a pagan activist; a holistic healer through crystals and stones-- by means of crystal grids and chakra balancing. Amythyst offers Spiritual Psychic Consultations using tarot cards and the art of intuitive reading. If you'd like a personal reading with her, visit her tarot website at: http://tarotreadingswithamythystraine.blogspot.com "Every Cat Has a Tale" is her Personal-Blog-Spot, which includes everyday life and its dilemmas, as well as victories, memoirs, opinions, along with inspiration for mundane life, with personal photos and videos. http://everycathasatale.blogspot.com "Magickal Connections" is her witchy, pagan, booky BlogSpot. http://wytchymystique.com "The Witch's Corner" is her very popular witchy pagan website full of witchy pagan stuff. http://amythystraine.blogspot.com

5 thoughts on “Hedgewytch Hollow: Certified Wildlife Habitat

  1. I’m so excited about this that I’m like a little kid bouncing off the walls! I’ve wanted to do something like this for such a long time and just didn’t know how to go about it. We’re going to check this year with our county extension office to see if, as certified wildlife habitat, we are eligible for any programs– perhaps for saplings, seed, wildlife feeding programs, etc.

  2. Oh, Debbie– every garden is a work-in-progress, that’s for sure!! We’ve lived here for 15 years, and we are always saying the same thing you just said, “I wish we could do a few more things…” My three youngest kids– 15, 13, and 10– have only known this spot as ‘home’.

  3. What a beautiful sanctuary you have!! It inspires me to do a few more things to my own garden……it is a work in progress! I shall be looking forward to seeing more photos of your lovely garden in the future… Bright Blessings and Love…..!
    Debbie

  4. It most certainly is– these photos are from last season. This slide-show is a work in progress; I’ll have new photos to add to it this year also.

  5. Isn’t it still cold where you live?

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