by Charlie Craighead
How to attract, avoid, or simply live in peace with the animals that inhabit the same places we do in the Rocky Mountain Region.
Author Charlie Craighead describes the habits of bear, moose, porcupine, weasels, rodents, deer and birds as they interact with humans near our homes, and how we can help the wildlife around us.
- Range Maps of common species
- Diagrams of a bluebird house, a bat house and wildlife friendly fences
- Do's and Do not's of feeding wildlife
- Lists of plants to attract or discourage grazing wildlife
- Practical suggestions for discouraging skunks, bats, rodents, and other unwelcome visitors
- 41 full-color photographs
- 22 stories of personal wildlife encounters from sixteen authors
- 55 color illustrations by Lawrence Ormsby
- Human diseases and parasites carried by wildlife
Published by the Grand Teton Natural History Association and Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation in cooperation with Grand Teton National Park.