This bubble map addresses some of the issues/solutions for animals on my site.
I've mentioned before that I'm blessed with a surplus of wild rabbits on my site. They eat many of the tender young perennials as they emerge, so I tried adding some clover to my lawn last year. It really helped to distract the rabbits from my flowers, so I'm going to create a "Bunny Pasture" on my site. It will be over the septic field, since I can't plant anything with a deep root structure in that area. My hope is that with more clover further away from my perennial flower beds, I can peacefully coexist with the little buggers.
I've had a similar problem with chipmunks. Last year, I added some platform feeders on the ground near my Fire Pit/Sit Spot. Sure enough, they were popular with the chipmunks and they left my flowers alone. Of course, now I have some very roly poly chipmunks.
The next bubble supports my goal of creating a wildlife habitat by adding pollinator gardens using native plant species. Planting native varieties should attract and support beneficial insects and pollinators. In addition to pollinating my flowers and vegetables, they will also provide a valuable food source for birds and other wildlife.
The last bubble I want to talk about is the addition of a 2nd "Sit Spot" in the area where my proposed food forest is located. I'd like to be able to observe and verify if the addition of native plants and shrubs results in a measurable increase in the diversity of wildlife on my site.