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WindStar Wildlife Institute
Solving Wildlife
Problems
Generally speaking, when wild creatures are
labeled "problem wildlife," that can usually be
translated to mean that they are refusing to
recognize human rules and boundaries.
W
e have a tendency to fall
back into the old doctrine
of "divine destiny," only now our
frontiers are the lawns of
suburbia, our railroads have
become vast networks of paved
highways, and what we are
conquering are native plants
and animals.
It should come as no
surprise that, after we have
destroyed most of the habitat
and many of the natural
predators, wildlife is trying to
survive by showing up in our
backyards.
Even for those of us who
welcome such visitors, there
can be concerns as we learn to
live together. It is the goal of
WindStar Wildlife Institute to
encourage people to learn more
about the wild inhabitants of
their property, because the
more we know, the more we can
understand their needs and
anticipate their behavior.
Then, by providing suitable
alternatives, we can lessen any
negative impact from either
side.
Every part of the country has
its own wildlife concerns,
depending on such factors as
climate, concentration of
houses, available water, local
flora, and even altitude.
In this pamphlet we can't
cover all the possible animal
visitors that may appear on
your property, but all wildlife
shares the same need for food,
water, cover, and space.
If there is a shortage of
natural food and you put out

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