Hopkins Wildlife Habitat Garden
The Hopkins Wildlife Habitat Garden is recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat™. The lush greenery, flowing creek, shade and plenty of trees meet the requirements of providing elements that wildlife need to thrive: food, water, cover and places to raise young.
While walking among the many trails between the Hosta Garden and the Flower Display Garden, look for signs of the wildlife who call this garden home, including squirrels, chipmunks and a wide variety of birds, frogs, lizards, snakes and insects.
The Hopkins Wildlife Habitat Garden is supported by the Hopkins Family Garden Endowment, which was established in memory of John Drayton Hopkins and in honor of Elizabeth Agnew Hopkins by their son, John Drayton Hopkins, Jr., and is supported by friends and family.