For information on NatureScape Visit
The city of Wilton
Manors webpage on NatureScape
for more information contact Todd De Jesus at the City of Wilton Manors
In 2006, Wilton Manors was officially
designated a Community Wildlife Habitat (CWH), the 17th community in the
country to receive such an honor.
Certify your home, school, business or other site as a NWF Wildlife Habitat.
Help your community today and register online by clicking Here CERTIFY NOW
Every wildlife habitat is an ongoing labor of love.
We encourage you to register today, even if you are not sure if you are
We'll send inspiring tips to help!
The online application tool will ask you to confirm youve provided
the required number of elements for each of the following:
to Raise Young
information and handouts are available in the Wilton Manors Library
These documents are in Adobe PDF format.
Habitat Steward, Alex Shore
designed this simple habitat (download
pdf with complete instructions) as
a tool for encouraging those with
limited space to establish and certify a
habitat that would qualify for NWF
Often times people may think they don’t
have the space required to establish a
habitat or that doing so is
complicated. This simple habitat
can be planted either in a large
container or installed in a small space
in the landscape and would work for
those residents living in a townhome or
villa that only has a small patio or
This habitat can be created
for less than $100 (including
the $20 certification fee).
...Information and Tips from NWF
for Creating and Maintaining a
Certified Wildlife Habitat
The online application tool will ask you to confirm youve
provided the required number of elements for each of the following:
Places to Raise Young
There are many free pamphlets and flyers availble
for you at the library and at Hagen Park next to the offices
of Leisure Services.
M.E. DePalma is the co-author of A
Garden Diary: A Guide to Gardening in South Florida,
a National Wildlife Steward and a member of the
2117 N.E. 17th Terrace
Wilton Manors, Florida 33305
Wilton Manors NatureScape Committee