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Use a protective structure like this to keep animals away from your garden plants/vegetables & fruits

Use a protective structure like this to keep animals away from your garden plants/vegetables & fruits

Keeping critters away from seedling Brassica cool weather cole crop garden plants with protective structure, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

Keeping critters away from seedling Brassica cool weather cole crop garden plants with protective structure, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

Keeping critters away from garden strawberry plants with protective structure, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

Keeping critters away from garden strawberry plants with protective structure, preventing animals such as rabbits, dogs, raccoons, deer, from destroying vegetables and fruits

Malaysian photographer Peiling Lee captures beautiful, dreamlike macro photographs of tiny critters she finds in her garden. She uses a Canon 50D and a 100mm Macro lens.

Malaysian photographer Peiling Lee captures beautiful, dreamlike macro photographs of tiny critters she finds in her garden. She uses a Canon 50D and a 100mm Macro lens.

Earth Day: Grab Your Cameras: One way to appreciate nature is through art, and photography is a wonderful way to capture the beauty nature offers us everyday. Chances are your tween has a digital camera, or has access to one. Together, venture out into your own backyard or a local park or botanical garden. Snap pictures of flowers, leaves , trees, grass, and of course, any critters you happen to see.  Once you're back home, print out your photos, and create a scrapbook of your day outdoors.

Earth Day: Grab Your Cameras: One way to appreciate nature is through art, and photography is a wonderful way to capture the beauty nature offers us everyday. Chances are your tween has a digital camera, or has access to one. Together, venture out into your own backyard or a local park or botanical garden. Snap pictures of flowers, leaves , trees, grass, and of course, any critters you happen to see. Once you're back home, print out your photos, and create a scrapbook of your day outdoors.

Don't have a 10 foot tall fence? Here are some other ways to keep the deer from eating your garden.

Don't have a 10 foot tall fence? Here are some other ways to keep the deer from eating your garden.

Bird House, Nesting Materials, Insect Houses | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

Bird House, Nesting Materials, Insect Houses | Plant & Flower Stock Photography: GardenPhotos.com

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