St. Giles Wildlife Corridor

St. Giles School’s Pollinator Flower Garden has joined the West Cook Wild Ones Wildlife Corridor.

Restoring nature is no longer relegated to preserves and national parks. If enough neighbors, congregations and schools in the Oak Park / River Forest area (including Chicago, Berwyn and other surrounding towns) plant native gardens, we create what is called a “Wildlife Corridor” in our community.

Wildlife corridors work by increasing connectivity between patches of land that are isolated because of habitat fragmentation.

To view the West Cook Wildlife Corridor Map go to: http://westcook.wildones.org/wildlife-corridor/.