Trees for Tennessee Landscapes - Choosing the Right Tree
Viewing wildlife on your property is educational and fun. The kinds and numbers of wildlife that visit your backyard regularly depends on your location, size of area, variety of vegetation and amount of habitat development. Ideally, the habitat surrounding your home should be diverse with several species of trees, shrubs and flowering plants providing food and cover for wildlife throughout the year. The more diverse the vegetation, the greater variety of wildlife that can be attracted to the area.
"SP530 Urban Trees for Wildlife," The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service, SP 530-15M-3/99 R12-4910-17-001-00, http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_agexfores/53