Conservation

Native Plants

Learn about planting native plants for wildlife and birds
Photo: E. Parker
Conservation

Native Plants

Learn about planting native plants for wildlife and birds

The Pascagoula River Audubon Center promotes the use of native plants in the landscape to attract and support birds, pollinators, and other wildlife. Native plants provide necatar for bees and butterflies, food for birds and mammals, and can be beautiful, low-maintenance additions to your backyard.

The native plants onsite consists of more than 25 labeled species that are all native to Mississippi's Gulf Coast. Take a stroll along the grounds and explore the beauty of native plants, their uses (cultural, medicinal, edible) and their value to wildlife.

Here is a plant list from our grounds and garden:

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