Country Butterfly Brings Garden Decor on the Internet

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Judy Stinson is a longtime fan of garden décor and it's something that she's carrying on to her business. "I've always been concerned about the environment and concerned about the loss of natural habitat for wildlife in my area," said Stinson when asked about the origins of her website. Stinson's webstore, http://www.CountryButterfly.net specializes in garden décor such as bird houses, bird feeders and bird baths.

Trees are coming down and houses are being built and it's clear that we're starting to lose the natural habitat for birds and other wildlife

Judy Stinson is a longtime fan of garden décor and it's something that she's carrying on to her business. "I've always been concerned about the environment and concerned about the loss of natural habitat for wildlife in my area," said Stinson when asked about the origins of her website. Stinson's webstore, http://www.CountryButterfly.net specializes in garden décor such as bird houses, bird feeders and bird baths.

"Trees are coming down and houses are being built and it's clear that we're starting to lose the natural habitat for birds and other wildlife," she added.

For the last six months, Stinson has been able to parlay her love of nature to running a successful website in which she has an open dialogue with her customers. "I'm having a lot of fun learning," explained Stinson, "both from my customers and the research that I do when I'm looking at different products. It gives me a chance to try to come up with ideas that can really impact peoples' homes and the area that surrounds them."

Stinson has also launched a sister blog to accompany her site. http://www.FromTheGardenBlogs.com will address all things about nature. "I hope I talk about the fun things like the close encounters with hummingbirds and butterflies," said Stinson. "I guess the joy of coming to the end of the day and you're hot and tired and sweaty and dirty. All of those tips that can make the whole experience more enjoyable."

In addition to sharing her love of nature, Stinson is able to open her heart and home to animals of all types. "My yard was recently certified as a wildlife habitat area," said Stinson. "I'm also the very proud guardian of five rescued dogs and three rescued cats." Some of Stinson's profits also go towards Sister Speak, a program that helps women get affordable mammograms.

http://www.CountryButterfly.net is a reflection of the kindness that an individual can carry and the spirit of what it takes to have a big heart. It's much more than just beautifying your garden or your backyard; it's beautifying your life.

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