In many urban and suburban areas, there is a shortage of plants for wildlife to utilize. Bees may not have enough plants to find nectar. Some birds may not have the seeds or fruits they need to eat. Planting trees and other plants can help, but if you don't have a place to plant in the soil, you may want to set out some potted plants instead. Here are some particular trees and plants that tend to thrive in pots and are also great for wildlife.
Drilling a well over a known aquifer is easy, but finding an aquifer in an area where no one else is living or working can be difficult. However, it's not impossible, and well-drilling companies have plenty of experience in locating water sources, even when the surface land does not look promising at all. Looking for water relies on clues given by nature and the county or state geological office.