Utah State University Extension
Native predators will rarely completely eliminate a pest problem, but can be part of a multifaceted solution to pest control. Using wildlife to help control pests can cut down on pesticide use, improve water quality, save time, supply important habitat, and provide viewing enjoyment. The structures outlined in this document are ideal for farmland, but can also be used in parks, golf courses, large gardens and yards, and other open areas.
Messmer, Terry, "Attracting Wildlife for Pest Control on Farmland" (2012). All Current Publications. Paper 1160.