A humane manual for outwitting unwelcome household guests of all kinds, from skunks to skinks.
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Bill Adler Jr. has put together a great book filled with useful information on how to deal with troublesome critters in your life, from ants to alligators, ducks to deer, mice to moose! Written with wit and the voice of a true storyteller, the book is not only factual and helpful, but a lot of fun to read. Adler's preference for not using poisons and pesticides is more environmentally friendly, and in the long run, outwitting the bothersome creatures in your life simply works better. --Mark A. HettsFrom the Back Cover:
Outwitting Critters is the definitive book on coping with the nettlesome side of nature. All those who have had deer nibbling their carrots, ants in the kitchen sink, and mice in the sock drawer, or who have battled invasion by bats, snakes, gophers, raccoons, and any number of other pests will find solace and solutions in this book. Adler gives humane and effective advice and provides information on the motivation behind the often incomprehensible actions of our animal friends and foes. Also included are helpful lists of resources of organizations and deterrent products. This book is a must for anyone who has ever been outwitted by a critter. (51/2 X 81/4, 274 pages, illustrations)
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Book Description Lyons Press, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1558215239
Book Description Lyons Press, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111558215239