Wildlife in the Garden: How to Live in Harmony with Deer, Raccoons, Rabbits, Crows, and Other Pesky Creatures

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Indiana University Press, 1999 - Всего страниц: 275

Gene Logsdon has found an imaginative way to introduce gardeners to a more total enjoyment of nature -- fauna as well as flora. From suburb to countryside, every gardener knows that there are many pests who delight in one's precious creations -- rabbits devour petunias, raccoons eat the almost ripe sweet corn, deer browse the morning glories, crows pull up young corn sprouts. How can gardeners and wildlife live together in harmony. Gene knows.

 

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Points of View
1
Thinking Ecologically
9
Housing for Wildlife
39
Wildlife Catalyst
60
A Butterfly Sanctuary 84 Chapter 6 A Butterfly Sanctuary
87
The Most Misunderstood Wildlife
102
Human Use of Natures Food Web
125
Watching Wildlife
145
When Wildlife Overpopulates
169
Other Wildlife Restraints
195
Adventures with Wildlife
215
Useful Lists
240
Index
265
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Gene Logsdon is the author of numerous books, including The Contrary Farmer and You Can Go Home Again (Indiana University Press, 1998).

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