By: John A Burton and David Tipling
160 pages, 300 col photos
Offers many practical suggestions on planning a wildlife garden, attracting, observing and feeding garden wildlife. There is also useful information on the benefits of each species to the gardener, and the most benign ways of handling unwanted visitors. A directory of over 140 common species of mammals, amphibians, reptiles, insects and other invertebrates most commonly encountered in the garden aids identification and offers guidelines on the habitat, food and shelter requirements of each species.
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