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Nannyberry viburnum (V. lentago) produces berries and it also produces sucker plants. Arrowwood viburnum (V. Dentatum) makes a great choice for nesting and shelter. USDA Zones: 3-8 Many hollies are evergreen which makes them especially good for wildlife in the winter months. They are favored in the home landscape due to their beautiful deep green leaves which seem to always shine. Hollies are easy to grow and can vary greatly in height and leaf form. There are approximately 20 species that are natives and more than 100 varieties total. They don't have particular water or sun requirements. Most hollies do great in full sun or part shade and can tolerate drought as well. Several varieties have brightly colored berries that are a favorite food source for many types of birds.

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Recovery programs play a vital role. The Wildlife Conservation Society plans to begin recovery of species suited for zoo breeding programs within the U. S. Offspring produced through this effort will be quarantined at a biosecure facility at the WCS's Bronx Zoo, then transferred to holding facilities in their range countries in the initiation phase of re-introduction programs. Another, important step is the establishment of assurance colonies. Assurance colonies will be developed across the Wildlife Conservation Society's zoos and aquarium in New York, as well as with partners such as Wildlife Reserves Singapore , the Turtle Survival Alliance, Turtle Conservancy, and the Asian Turtle Program.