While viewing wildlife in their natural habitat can be fun, when wildlife invade home landscapes and gardens, they can cause major losses.
Rats, mice, other rodents and birds can dig up seeds of vegetables before they germinate. Wildlife such as raccoons, deer, rabbits and woodchucks can eat plants, vegetables and fruit in the garden. Learning how to reduce wildlife losses in the home garden and landscape will help make your garden be more productive.
Adam Vashon currently serves as the Staff Wildlife Biologist for the USDA APHIS Wildlife Services program in Maine.
Registration is required — Participants will receive the Zoom information after registering for this event.
Register here: https://extension.umaine.edu/register/product/gardening-series-preventing-wildlife-damage-to-home-gardens/