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“What Happened to the Bird Bathing Pond I Built?”

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After the success of building a small wildlife pond in his yard for bird photography, nature photographer Stefano Ianiro decided to construct a larger, more sheltered pond with moving water and small waterfalls.

Ponds can provide valuable habitat for various species, including amphibians, insects, birds, and mammals, and can contribute to increasing biodiversity and restoring natural ecosystems.

the pond
Ianiro hoped the new pond on his property might give some of the local wildlifeβ€”blue jays, chipmunks, raccoons, red foxes, turkeys, and other animalsβ€”a place to drink and bathe in a space that had previously been grassy.

What would the trail cameras witness at the bird bathing pond over the spring, summer, autumn, and winter?

raccoons
See more of Stefano Ianiro’s nature photos and videos on Instagram and YouTube. Previously: β€œI Built a Wildlife Pond – here’s what happened.”

Plus, more rewilding and animal cams:
β€’Β Gardener to Guardian: How to rewild your patch of nature
β€’Β What Is Rewilding?
β€’Β How can nature be used as a tool to restore ecosystems?
β€’Β Wild views from a Minnesota beaver dam cam
β€’ Un albero un anno (One tree one year)


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