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New from The HSUS: Wild Neighbors: The Humane Approach to Living with Wildlife

Good fences make good neighbors—sometimes—but what are homeowners to do when a neighbor burrows under their white picket nicety and camps in their garden? Or ransacks their garbage and strews trash across the lawn? Or takes up rent-free residence in their chimney?

These are a just a few of the difficulties people often encounter when wildlife move to town—or more accurately, when human development encroaches on wilderness. But a new edition of Wild Neighbors, by director John Hadidian and other staff of The Humane Society of the United States’ Urban Wildlife Program, provides advice on how to defuse these potentially hairy conflicts.

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