Outwitting Squirrels by Anne Wareham
If you have ever waged war against the local squirrels to prevent them from ransacking your garden, you will know that they are wily beasts who can find loopholes in the most cunning of defences. Capable of remarkable feats of tightrope walking and problem-solving, they are formidable enemies indeed - and that's not to mention the many other pests who can torment the optimistic gardener, from slugs and snails to moles and deer and from bugs and weevils to fungus and blight... Anne Wareham has compiled a brisk but comprehensive guide to recommended anti-pest strategems, including ingenious tricks to keep squirrels from eating all the seed when the feeders fail. This is an honest, humorous book of advice which will be appreciated by amateur and professional gardeners alike. Paperback, 224 pages, 20 x 13 cm.