Managing Wildlife Habitat on Golf Courses
Managing Wildlife Habitat on Golf Courses is written for those who care about golf and the environment. It provides a practical framework for environmentally sensitive land management practices. This book is the perfect resource for anyone striving to maintain the traditions of the game, enhance the natural environment of their golf course, and gain support for their efforts.
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The Evolution of the Game of Golf and of
The Evolution of the Scientific Movement and
Wildlife Management Basics
Approaches to Wildlife Management
Plant Components of Wildlife Habitat
Structural Components of Wildlife Habitat
Enhancing Habitat Diversity on Your Golf Course
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