Attracting Backyard Wildlife: A Guide for Nature-lovers

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Voyageur Press, 1989 - Nature - 159 pages
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This fine book stands out from the crowd of books on this subject because it is not overwhelmingly concerned with birds. In additon to information on attracting wildlife, there are also tips on ... Read full review

Contents

Gardens for Butterflies and Bugs
9
Gardens for Small Mammals Reptiles
33
Spring Gardens for Birds
51
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About the author (1989)

Born and raised in nature-filled British Columbia, William J. (Bill) Merilees realized his great love of wildlife through a junior membership in the Vancouver Natural History Society. His involvement in scouting and encouragement from his parents, coupled with his own desire to explore nature, bloomed into a lifelong career.

After obtaining a Canadian Wildlife Service bird banding licence, Bill received his Bachelors of Science with a special interest in zoology and biology from the University of British Columbia. He went on to complete his Masters of Science through a Rotary scholarship to Colorado State University. From teaching at Selkirk Regional College to working as a visitor services officer for BC Parks, Bill was constantly in touch with nature. Now retired, he continues to work on documenting and writing about the wildlife of Vancouver Island.

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