qGolf courses and course design ate for more than golfers; good courses attract birds for the enjoyment of all. Scott Gillihan shows how to effectively create and manage courses that contribute to bird conservation.qaRichard M. DeGraaf, Chief Research Wildlife Biologists, USDA Forest Service qGolf courses are habitat for birds. Scott Gillihan does a superb job describing the bird management possibilities for managers of golf courses and other habitats. May the day come when golfers in conference at the 19th hole talk about two kinds of birdies that added to the day's enjoyment.qaJack Ward Thomas, Boone and Crockett Professor of Wildlife Conservation, University of Montana qThe book will be an important reference for golf course management professionals who wish to be good stewards of birds and other wildlife on their property. The conservation philosophy and guidance that you offer should allow conscientious superintendents to establish a sound approach to bird conservation on their courses.qaThomas M. Franklin, Wildlife Policy Directory, The Wildlife SocietyA Design and Management Manual Scott W. Gillihan ... young birds, small mammals acoms, nuts, grains, fruits, small mammals, insects, beetles, caterpillars , grasshoppers, bird eggs, young ... under bridge; nest in colonies of up to 3500 pairs old nests can be knocked down after the nesting season to prevent occupation byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bird Conservation on Golf Courses|
|Author||:||Scott W. Gillihan|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2000|