Gene Logsdon's Wildlife in Your Garden, Or, Dealing with Deer, Rabbits, Racoons, Moles, Crows, Sparrows, and Other of Nature's Creatures in Ways that Keep Them Around, But Away from Your Fruits and Vegetables

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Rodale Press, 1983 - Gardening - 268 pages
Recommends techniques for attracting helpful animals to a garden and controlling garden pests without upsetting the ecological balance

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Contents

Thinking Ecologically
3
Good Fences Make Good Wildlife
12
Adventures with Wildlife
13
Copyright

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About the author (1983)

Gene Logsdon lives and raises sheep in north-central Ohio with his wife, Carol. He has written twenty-five books, most recently a novel, "The Lords of Folly"; a cultural study, "The Mother of All Art: Agrarianism and the Artistic Impulse"; three memoirs: "You Can Go Home Again", "The Contrary Farmer", and "The Pond Lover"; and a book on experimental ideas in farming, All Flesh Is Grass. Gene blogs at OrganicToBe.org.

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