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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Nov 10, carol. Written in , Wild Animals is no less pertinent today. I picked it up largely out of curiosity, as I'm one of the ones that feels like I've generally learned to live with the vertebrate populations. I do occasionally wish the rabbits wouldn't be quite so fond of my yard, although, to be totally honest, the real issue is empathetic distress when my dogs wound or kill them.
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I miss my rottweilers, who were generally lazy and preferred loads of loud barking over actual physical conflict. So I'v Written in , Wild Animals is no less pertinent today. So I've already mastered strategy number one: learn to live with the animal. At any rate, it's a solid book, full of general information for those who are new to the issue, say, new homeowners that never spent time re-reading wildlife magazines.
It's divided into three sections, 'Living With Wild Neighbors,' an animal index, and various supporting appendixes. It begins with overall strategy, which follows a well-known problem-solving pathway of determine the problem, identify the damage, assess the seriousness of the damage, evaluate options and act. It's good advice: my mom, for instance complains about the little vole pathways in the snow every year. Is it actual damage? Health issue? Solution is to stop feeding birds sloppy seed.
Will she change?