Living with Wildlife by The California Center for Wildlife
How to Enjoy, Cope with, and Protect North America's Wild Creatures Around Your Home and Theirs

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Based on years of practical experience and research by the California Center for Wildlife, this book is both a reference to the common North American wildlife and a guide to resolving - in the most humane ways possible - common conflicts that arise from human-wildlife contact.
 

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ALAN JONES, Ph.D., is an Episcopal priest and Dean of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco as well as an author of several books, including Soul Making, Exploring Spiritual Direction, The Soul's Journey, and Passion for Pilgrimage. His sermons are regularly delivered on the internet through gracecathedral.org. JOHN O'NEIL is President of the Center for Leadership Renewal and an advisor to leadership teams, a director of numerous company and foundation boards, and the author of The Paradox of Success and other books. DIANA LANDAU is a freelance writer. Diana Landau is the co-author of Fortysomething: Claiming the Power and Passion of Your Middle Years and The Paradox of Success: When Winning at Work Means Losing at Life. Shelley Stump is an analyst for the California Judicial Council and a board member of the California Center for Wildlife. Both women live in the San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Published May 10, 1994 by Sierra Club Books. 340 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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DeStefano writes movingly about the contrasts between constructed and natural environments and about the sometimes cherished, sometimes feared place that nature holds in our modern lives, as we cluster into cities yet show an increasing interest in the natural world.

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