Enhancing Wildlife Habitats: A Practical Guide For Forest Landowners
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This publication contains recommendations and field exercises for landowners who want to ensure quality habitats for wildlife.
In a straightforward style, it outlines strategies for developing a well-focused plan to encourage and manage wildlife on woodlots. Its recommendations apply to virtually any size forest, from one acre to several thousand.
The book contains more than 100 figures, many of which are black-and-white photographs, 11 tables, a glossary, and references.
- Forest wildlife ecology
- Understanding wildlife habitats
- Enhancing habitats
- Ruffed grouse
- White-tailed deer
- Wild turkey
- Upland and wetland animals
NRAES64, reviewed December 2001