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  • Of all the habitat features that can attract wildlife to your yard, a pond could be the most rewarding. Most animals need water to drink, and many use water for feeding, bathing, breeding, regulating body heat, resting, and cover. In the Pacific Northwest, the species you are likely to attract include amphibians, reptiles, raccoons, deer, dragonflies, songbirds, jays, some waterfowl, and great blue herons.
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