Nature and Wildlife
Make a Home for Wildlife (nonfiction, how-to) gives property owners the tools and knowledge to create food and cover for wildlife. Whether you live on a quarter-acre lot in town, own a 5-acre house site or a 20-acre woodland retreat, or belong to an outdoor club with hundreds of acres, you can turn your property into a better home for wildlife, and this book will show you how.
Focusing on the eastern U.S., the book describes basic habitat types—forests, shrublands, grasslands, wetlands—and explains how to create or improve them. Includes recommendations on how to help mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, and pollinating insects. It also has success stories about landowners who have made habitat on their properties.