An ebook is a great idea!
It's funny as there was recently a conversation in the gardening group on just this topic. Too often organic gardening advice comes with recommended "organic" pesticides, but rarely any insight or advice on encouraging diversity and predator populations, so I feel like it's not something that enough of us are aware of as gardeners. While organic safe pesticides are less toxic on our foods, they still don't discriminate between pest and beneficial bugs. I guess early organic practices still kept the mindset of monoculture growing practices and are only just starting to relearn old biodiversity practices.
Learning what our pest predators look like is just as important as learning what the pests look like, so we don't jump to the conclusion that all bugs are bad for the garden.
I love those geckos. I'm always so happy to see them at night when I'm out assessing the pest bug situation, but I have to admit they sometimes make me jump when they come into view of my torch. 😆 We found a giant centipede in the house the other day too, which made my daughter jump. Creepy looking, but I'm not complaining about another predator to turf back into the garden.