March 5, 2013
"Wild Neighbors" Book Can Help Solve Your Wildlife Problems
The go-to guide for useful, humane solutions to conflicts with wildlife
Squirrels and other furry creatures are cute, but when they get themselves trapped inside our walls, dig through our gardens before dawn, raise families in our chimneys, somehow, they lose that photo-snapping charm.
We wrote the book
When you're stuck trying to figure out what to do with the animal stuck beneath your floorboards, look no further than your bookshelf.
With the addition of The Humane Society of the United States' Wild Neighbors: The Humane Approach to Living with Wildlife, you'll have all the tools you need on-hand to address commmon dilemmas with wild animals in and around your home or office.
In this second-edition book, you'll find the best information on practical and humane solutions to problems caused by more than 35 species of common urban wild animals.
Who can use this book?
Anyone who encounters wildlife in their homelife, from the apartment dweller, home owner, building manager or condo association member, can learn from the resources found in Wild Neighbors.
But it's not limited to property snafus, professionals in government and in the fields of animal welfare, animal care and sheltering, and wildlife rehabilitation will also find this guide useful.
For your own copy of Wild Neighbors, click here.