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Blog Posts in category " Wildlife "
If you planted trees that attract birds to your landscape, then you should be seeing these beauties fly through your landscape this summer. Learn more about summer birds in the Dallas area.
From providing shade that saves money on our electric bills, to cleaning the air and creating homes for wildlife, trees are invaluable to our lives. We discuss our heartfelt thoughts about trees and why trees should be protected and preserved.
Trees and local wildlife go hand-in-hand. By caring for and preserving your trees, you’re also helping to preserve healthy habitat for local birds and other wildlife. Here in North Texas, spring and summer are busy birding seasons! Many species of birds are busy building nests in your trees now for offspring that will emerge during summer. We’re always keen to keep an eye on which birds are frequenting the area each season.
Winter might not be your favorite time to be outdoors, but the birds sure do like our North Texas climate this time of year. Our mild winters are perfect for overwintering birds and birds that pass through on their way south.
Pecans have been important to the area as long as people have been living here. Many animal, such as deer, turkey, raccoons, squirrels and crows also rely on pecan trees for sustenance. In addition to their use as a food producing plant, Texans also rely heavily on pecan trees to provide much needed shade in urban environments.
It seemed, recently, that a very messy arborist was pruning cedar elms all over the Dallas area. I personally came across huge masses of leaves, branches and twigs on numerous properties after fielding some calls from concerned clients that a ghost pruner was getting at their trees. To my surprise, they were thinned at 20% and probably for air-light movement. What a nice job I thought to myself, although they could work a little neater. It could be from my crew, if only I wrote the scope of work for them.