Neighborhoods and communities can become certified as National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat Communities when enough private yards and lands have become Certified Wildlife Habitats. Delaware has already created three Certified Wildlife Communities: Townsend, Newark, and Slaughter Beach!
Now the Red Clay Valley Scenic Byway is in the process of becoming a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat Community! We need everybody who owns a home, business, or other land within the byway to apply for Certified Wildlife Habitat status in order to reach our goal. Watch our FaceBook page and other local media for information about upcoming events and activities. This project is a partnership with Delaware Nature Society, National Wildlife Federation, Mt. Cuba Center, Wildbirds Unlimited, Hockessin, and Delaware State Parks' Auburn Heights Preserve.
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