Synopses & Reviews
Every year, before they decide to take defensive action, vulnerable homeowners throughout North America suffer expensive damage as deer and various other pesky mammals devour their gardens and landscape plants. Deer-Resistant Landscaping by Neil Soderstrom arms homeowners with the proven strategies they need to repel and combat deer and 21 other troubling pests, from armadillos, chipmunks, and gophers to rabbits, raccoons, skunks, and squirrels. Outstanding features include: - strategies for every season and every size pest— from simple, low-cost home remedies, scare tactics, and deterrents to live trapping, barriers, and community action procedures suitable for more intense problems - interviews with and tips from regional gardening and wildlife control experts from coast to coast - encyclopedic coverage of more than 1,000 resistant plants—especially those least likely to be grazed upon or destroyed by deer, based on scientific studies and a consensus of gardening authorities throughout the continent - stunning full-color wildlife photography featuring deer and pest behaviors as well as solutions and deterrents With more than 400 of the authors own gorgeous wildlife photos as well as ones by the legendary naturalist Dr. Leonard Lee Rue III, the most published wildlife photographer in North America, Deer-Resistant Landscaping provides the most wide-ranging, authoritative, and helpful information on this topic ever assembled in one volume.
"Deer-Resistant Landscaping" arms homeowners with the proven strategies they need to repel and combat deer and 21 other troubling pests, from armadillos to raccoons and squirrels.
About the Author
NEIL SODERSTROM is a freelance author, editor, photographer, book producer, and author agent specializing in photo-illustrated articles and books for adults and kids. He has published countless articles in national magazines and his gardening photos regularly appear in books and magazines such as Horticulture, Fine Gardening, Country Living, Family Circle, and Mother Earth News. He lives in Wingdale, New York.