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Green Tip: Development makes vast tracts of land inhospitable to animal life each year. Make your yard more wildlife-friendly to help offset these losses by planting native species, especially those that produce nectar and edible fruits, seeds, or leaves (they'll also require less watering). You can keep at least a tenth of the area "natural"-lawn free-to reserve space for animals. Install a birdbath or other water source. And be prepared to fence off your vegetable and flower gardens unless you're willing to share them, too.

Bonus: If spring weather has landscaping on your mind, think about using an old farm trick to guide your tree planting. Plant evergreens on your house's windy side (usually west) and broadleaf varieties on the sunny side (normally south). That way, you're catching the sun in the winter and shade in the summer, and you're screened from harsh winds year round. (These tips brought to you by Page-a-Day calendar.)

Happy Birthday Wishes to David John McDonald. Known by his stage name of David Tennant, he is a Scottish actor who is now well known for his role as the Tenth Doctor in the Doctor Who television series. He also plays Bartemius "Barty" Crouch, Junior in the Harry Potter movie The Goblet of Fire. His stage name Tennant was inspire by Neil Tennant who was the lead singer of the Pet Shop Boys.

(Honorable Birthday Mentions: Conan Christopher O'Brien-talk show host/writer, Melissa Joan Hart-actress, Eric Anthony Roberts-actor, Frederick Alan "Rick" Moranis-Canadian Actor/Comedian, and James Wood-actor)


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