- Defending your turf. Hill, Lewis; Hill, Nancy // Country Journal;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p46
Suggests fences and other strategies for protecting garden from animals. Techniques to keep deer out of the garden; Deterrents for raccoons; Solutions to small animals attacking the garden.
- Celebrating wildly. Hodgson, Ian // Garden;Apr2005, Vol. 130 Issue 4, p235
Introduces a series of articles on garden wildlife and gardening.
- Mystery Picture Puzzle. // Fun For Kidz;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p49
A mystery picture puzzle showing several animals doing garden work is presented.
- A gardener's question: To appease or fight. Andreae, Christopher // Christian Science Monitor;4/8/96, Vol. 88 Issue 92, p16
Describes the arrival of the house-snail and the blackbird in the garden of Gilbert White, an American parson. Number of blackbirds he shot in order to save his gooseberries; Reference to Joseph Addison; Author's experience of gardening. INSET: Words of note..
- WILDLIFE: A winter welcome for wildlife. Burton, Robert // Garden;Nov2003, Vol. 128 Issue 11, p836
With a little effort, much more can be done to provide for all manner of wildlife over the colder months of the year. Managing the garden in particular ways can increase opportunities not only for regular avian visitors and immigrants, but also for other forms of animal life whose presence may...
- TENNESSEE MALLARDS. // Organic Gardening (08973792);Oct89, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p74
Shares the experience of having one's home garden visited by mallards. Technique used to protect the garden from duck damage; Advantage of having the ducks wandering around the garden.
- Learning from nature. Salisbury, Andrew // Garden;Jun2012, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p69
The article discusses the management of gardens Great Britain in order to maximise their value to the wild creatures that live in them. It states that gardens make up over a quarter of the country's urban areas. It mentions that the diversity of plants in the garden creates a mosaic of habitats...
- Mother Nature Giveth--and Taketh Away. // USA Today Magazine;Aug2013, Vol. 142 Issue 2819, p7
The article offers information on common foraging pests in gardens, including deer, rabbits, and groundhogs.
- Plant Your Plots Now. Hanback, Michael // Outdoor Life;Aug2006, Vol. 213 Issue 7, p32
The article presents a step-by-step instructions on setting up late-summer food plots that will attract wildlife. INSET: The World's Smallest Plot.
- Garden Friends. Hickman-Brynie, Faith; Dugan, Karen // Ask;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p22
The article offers information on animals and insects that benefit the garden.