Living Wild offers a variety of design services such as edible garden planning, pollinator patches, hummingbird habitats, and landscaping with natives. We happily advise on wildlife conflicts and only offer organic and humane solutions.
My name is Abbie, the founder of Living Wild, and I am so excited to meet you! I have my B.S Microbiology and a B.S Wildlife and Fisheries from Texas A&M and my masters from Texas Tech University focusing on Wildlife Biology. I am dedicated to restoring natural habitats and bringing wildlife and the benefits of nature to your backyard, property, nearby neighborhood park, and local businesses. I recommend native plants to replace non-native landscaping and to provide a quality habitat for wildlife, such as bees, butterflies, birds, mammals, and reptiles. Yes, I said reptiles!
Each organism plays a vital role in the ecosystem, whether pollinator, predator, or prey, they all work in concert. We as humans also are a part of the ecosystems in which we inhabit. Humans are everywhere, taking up space and often causing ecosystem damage. We must all do our part to support local wildlife when possible and protect Texas natives. This not only makes the environment healthier, but us too.