The Bird Gardener's Book: Help Save Wild Birds by Planning Your Garden as a Bird Sanctuary - Rupert BarringtonMosby-Wolfe, 1974, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good. Pages very gently age-tanned.
3rd Impression. [First Edition: 1971] From the cover: “With every day that passes, wild birds lose more and more of their breeding and feeding grounds. The clearing of hedgerows, the building of large, often treeless, housing estates, the use of pesticides, the laying down of thousands of acres of concrete and asphalt… all of these militate against the birds’ survival. The Bird Gardener’s Book shows how every garden, no matter how small or unpromising, can be turned into a sanctuary for many kinds of wild birds. Repeat - many kinds: not just tough old regulars like sparrows and starlings. This is practical, do-it-yourself conservation based on the author’s own experience. The text is backed up by crisp, how-to-do-it line drawings.”
Size: 8¾" x 5½"
Number of Pages: 125