For many people, country living is
a dream. The quiet tranquility of chirping birds and babbling streams are the
perfect haven from the hectic pace of the city or even the stress of suburban
life. If you're fortunate to find an escape in the countryside, though, be aware
that your neighbors may be a little on the wild side. Each year, wild animals
harass tens of thousands of homeowners in the United States. About 8,000 people
alone suffer from venomous snakebites. Countless more are sprayed by skunks or
hassled by raccoons. But there are many ways to live in harmony with nature and
still enjoy your country home.
About this course
lesson will give you some useful tips on how to deal with nature at your doorstep.
Much of it is common sense but reminders are always helpful. Over the next 15
minutes you will learn how to live with bears, deer, snakes, raccoons, skunks
You'll learn in this course: Pets
and Wildlife Deer, Raccoons
& Skunks Coyotes, Snakes & Bears
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First, we'll take a look at how your pets and their "neighbors"
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