Why Immersion Landscaping cares about birds:

Science  04 Oct 2019:Vol. 366, Issue 6461, pp. 120-124 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaw1313

Immersion Landscaping is focusing on developing landscapes ability to support bird populations. This is the biggest cause of bird loss. Choosing the right plant for the right place is key to providing protection, shelter, food and nesting.

Immersion Landscaping includes caterpillar host plants in your design for the baby birds. Baby birds don't eat seeds, they need carotenoids. Caterpillars are best.

Other things you can do to help:

  • Put screens or stickers on windows

  • Keep cats indoors

  • Reduce lawn, plant natives

  • Avoid pesticides

  • Drink coffee that's good for birds

  • Protect our planet from plastics

  • Watch birds, share what you see 

For more information on ways to help, go to 3billionbirds.org

Birds need insects to survive, insects need native plants to survive.  Go to our Thriving Plant page to learn more about the importance of                                    right plant - right place.

There are 2.9 Billion fewer breeding birds in North America than there were in 1970.

One in four birds less

 than  50 years ago.

Even common, beloved species have undergone staggering losses.

Landscapes are losing their ability to support bird populations.

Yet over this same period landmark conservation efforts have helped bring some birds back.