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Birds and Birders
Central America, Caribbeans
In the Backyard
John Muir Trail
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Mountain N' Air Titles
Bugs and Slugs
Buggers and small rodents are everywhere, and they have a place outside in the yard, some of them are beneficial to your crops and flower plants; others should be controlled to avoid decimation of your gardens; and kept out of the house.
This pocket guide will help you identify the creatures, and take proper action, or simply enjoy their presence.
Control them, enjoy their presence.
At my house, we have an artificial river, about 40 feet long, and we planted local foliages, grasses and other native plants, but all with the intention of attracting insects, butterflies and birds; now we enjoy watching the very popular "river" were they come to forage and drink.
We also have cats, raccuns, o'possums and schunk visiting on a almost regular basis.
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Good Garden Bugs and Slugs
Stinging flying and crawling insects
Flying bugs and insects
Spiders and bettles
Bees and ants
Butterflies and moths
Cooking with Strawberries
Walking the Appalachian Trail
Desert Survival, Tips, Tricks and Skills
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