Livestock losses are an unfortunate reality of ranching and the use of traps and snares is a common way to attempt to reduce predator-livestock conflict. However, one USDA study (Shivik et al. 2003) noted that for many types...
Pollinators come in all shapes and sizes. Although we tend to recoil from the sight of wasps as they visit our picnics, set up nests in the eaves of our buildings, or dart through our outdoor spaces, they are an ...
Leana Dickerson |
Sep 2020 |
Photo: Design by Erik Simmons. (Cropped from original)
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Q: I have been using slug pellets to control the slug and snail population in the yard with great success. Now the crows are eating every bit of it. The moment I put it out and go inside the crows are in the yard eating it up. Have not found a sick or dead crow in the area. Any suggestions?