Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage: A Handbook for People Who Deal with Wildlife Damage Problems
DIANE Publishing Inc., 2010 - 503 pages
A comprehensive reference on vertebrate species that can cause economic damage or become nuisance pests. Reviews all vertebrate species that come into conflict with human interests in North America. Includes agricultural, commercial, industrial, and residential pest problems and recommends solutions; emphasizes prevention; outlines and explains all currently registered and recommended control methods and materials. Contains dozens of chapters written by various authors. Figures.
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This is an EXCELLENT book to have if you live in any place where you have snakes, rodents, deer, coons, or other animals that might cause you problems. HUGE book and well worth buying to have on hand if and when you need it!
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