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Squirrel Wars: Backyard Wildlife Battles & How to Win Them

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Just in time for spring, the popular Squirrel Wars book has received a new cover that is sure to catch the eye of home owners everywhere. 9 inches x 6 inches x 0.25 inches.
Published February 1st 2006 by Willow Creek Press
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Sep 05, 2011 Jill rated it really liked it
Model wildlife habitat attracts wild behavior.


Author George H. Harrison is a lifelong nature observer who used his experience from his work with the National Wildlife Federation and as editor at “National Wildlife” to author several award winning wildlife articles. In this book, he takes a close look at the repercussions owners suffer when unwelcome guests of the fur-bearing variety visit their homes, lawns, and property. Harrison’s practical tips and inventions will help discourage squirrel
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Jan 22, 2016 David Ward rated it liked it
Shelves: animals, non-fiction
Squirrel Wars: Backyard Wildlife Battles and How to Win Them by George H. Harrison (Willow Creek Press 2000)(632.6). Every garden has some kind of pest that will test the patience and the sanity of even the most tolerant gardener. The author's particular nemesis is the grey squirrel. This is the book for one who wishes to live companionably with the local tree-rats and who is not quite ready to shoot them yet. My rating: 7/10, finished 2006.
May 01, 2012 Heather rated it really liked it
I knew about 75% of the things listed in this book, to help me rid my backyard of certain "pests." There are still a few good tips and ideas to take from this book. I guess, I am just going to have to learn to live with squirrels. :/ Just wish that they would stop eating certain things, and stick to the corn that I put for them. Grr. Silly squirrels, corn is for you flower bulbs are for me!!!
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