Birdscaping Your Garden: A Practical Guide to Backyard Birds and the Plants That Attract Them
Including almost two hundred photos and illustrations, this guide to attracting birds to your backyard offers dozens of landscaping tips, a list of more than one hundred plants that appeal to birds, and a comprehensive overview of bird behavior. Original.
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