Extensive urban growth over the last few decades has had a significant impact on habitat that birds and other wildlife once called home. You, as a homeowner, have a unique opportunity to curtail this loss of habitat by creating your own backyard wildlife sanctuary.

NatureScaping of Southwest Washington is a non-profit, all volunteer, educational organization whose goal is to educate and encourage homeowners to make their yards and gardens a sanctuary for birds and other wildlife.

Membership above the $20 level will support maintaining the gardens fencing, irrigation, educational materials and more.

Support the Wildlife Botanical Gardens

Become a Member
Photos on this site taken at the Wildlife Botanical Gardens by nature photographer Terry Covington.

The Wildlife Botanical Gardens in Brush Prairie...

The Wildlife Botanical Gardens are a cohesive blend of specialty theme gardens, spread over three acres in Southwest Washington. The gardens, and devoted gardeners, demonstrate and teach gardening concepts that attract birds, butterflies, hummingbirds and other wildlife to residential gardens. Come visit the Wildlife Botanical Gardens year-round and enjoy the unique beauty each season has to offer!

Get Involved

Become a NatureScaping Volunteer.

Help Maintain the Gardens - Weed, water, prune and plant, we need all sorts of help in the garden.

Special Projects- We have a nice wish list of projects that need doing, many are perfect for a service project.

Administrative Help - We often need help with mailings or other office-type work.

Attend a Board Meeting - NatureScaping board meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month (except December) and are a great way to meet the garden coordinators and other volunteers and members. (See our Calendar of Events for dates and times.)

Become a NatureScaping member - Show your support for our efforts and get free admission to our classes.


December 6th
Native Mason Bees Presented by: Brigg Franklin, Master Composter/Recycler and Mason Beekeeper
Mason Bees are one of about 4000 native North American bees, without which most of our fruits and vegetables would not produce. During the class, assist in cleaning mason bee cocoon tubes while learning how easy it is to attract and maintain these important pollinators in your yard! Read more