Many of you have noticed that most of the little native sparrows and Juncos have already gone north until the fall. But Hummingbirds will soon fill any void. (By late March, they’ll probably be here.)
Pick an oak, any oak Oak trees play host to 534 species of butterflies and moths. Which is of special interest to those of us in north Texas. Why? - we live in a region called the “Post Oak Savannah”, where oaks thrive in the environment and like to live naturally. Some of the native 0aks we can plant to attract butterflies and moths are chinkapin oak, post oak, shumard oak, bur oak, blackjack oak, sawtooth oak, overcup oak and live oak.