Backyard Wildlife Primer

Backyard wildlife primer for identifying animals in their natural habitat. Includes a wildlife chart with recommended shrubs and trees to plant, and chart with suggested sizes for bird nesting boxes.



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Chart: nesting boxes and bird tenants.
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Providing quality breeding habitat is the primary objective of wildlife management. Furnishing food and other comforts is important, but your main goal should be to create a stable, secure place in which wildlife can live and propagate.
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Chart: recommended shrubs and trees to plant for wildlife.
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Illustration of backyard wildlife habitats.
KAY HOLMES STAFFORD

















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