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Trees, shrubs, and vines for attracting birds, 2nd edition, revisedAuthor(s): Richard M. Degraaf
Source: Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England. 169 p.
Publication Series: Book
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThis book is a guide to woody plants—trees, shrubs, and vines—that are useful for attracting birds in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. It is a guide for landscape architects, gardeners, homeowners—for anyone interested in landscaping and in creating a rich and diverse bird habitat. Habitat provision is especially important today, because its loss is the greatest threat to wildlife; with each new shopping center, highway, or subdivision, more wildlife habitat is destroyed.
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CitationDegraaf, Richard M. 2002. Trees, shrubs, and vines for attracting birds, 2nd edition, revised. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England. 169 p.
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