The Burnham Wildlife Corridor parallels Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive providing a space for migratory birds and butterflies to stop over. Invasive species have been removed and volunteers have planted thousands of native trees and shrubs in their place. Plants such as milkweed, heath aster, purple prairie clover, black-eyed Susan, spiderwort, and prairie dock have all returned now. The corridor has already attracted visitors, animals and people alike. Read more here.
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