Green Corridor

wildlife habitat

replacing what was taken

wildlife habitat

As the world's population continues to grow, so does the urbanization of our cities and suburbs. Unfortunately, this often results in the displacement of wildlife who once called these areas home, leaving them without a suitable habitat. This is where creating wildlife habitats in urban areas becomes crucial. Not only does it help to protect and preserve the various species of plants and animals that call these areas home, but it also provides opportunities for people to connect with nature right in their own backyard. Imagine being able to observe birds, butterflies, and other wildlife from the comfort of your own window. By working together to create these habitats, we can create a healthier environment for both wildlife and ourselves. After all, nature has a way of providing us with a sense of peace and tranquility that is hard to find elsewhere.

Your Community

Cooling Suburbia

Nature's Bounty


Imagine a world of overheated neighbourhoods, without birds, leaves, insects or wildlife.