The essential self-help guide to humane fox deterrence techniques
By Trevor Williams and John Bryant
Foreword by Chris Packham
This book seeks to help those who suffer at the hands (or paws) of the urban and suburban fox. Whilst it provides practical advice on deterring foxes, it also fascinates with explanations for the animals' behaviour, the information being as important as the deterrence method itself if one is to know, and to get the better of the "enemy".
"I firmly believe that for conservation to have any sort of sustainable future we have to suppress our worthiness and realise that we have to put people first, and this means accepting that for some, foxes are just not gorgeous pin-ups. That's why this book is such a triumph. It is an honest, accurate, well-researched and practical guide to living with foxes from both points of view."