FAQ How do I create a Wildlife Paradise on my Property?

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How do I create a wildlife paradise on my property?forest
  Like humans most wildlife species are looking for a great place to live, their habitat. 

Great wildlife habitat includes a good mix of food, shelter, and water. 

The main way forest and wildlife managers create habitat for wildlife is by managing the stages of forest succession.  

Forest succession is basically the path that a forest takes from an open field, to young even aged trees, to older uneven aged trees, and finally to a mature climax forest.  

forest succession and wildlifeCreating various wildlife habitats generally involves harvesting trees, planting trees, and or allowing nature to take its course. 

Most wildlife species require a mix of these different successional stages, using the younger forest and open areas for feeding and the older forests for cover. 

The majority of the wildlife species live right on these edges.forest succession

 

 

When managing your forest, if you’re interested in managing your forest to its highest potential, contact a consulting forester who can advise you on the best option for both your forest and the wildfolks that live there.

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Joe Petrowsky
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I can always count on learning something new from your posts. Great job as usual.

May 30, 2013 06:57 PM #1
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Morning Bob...another great, useful post packed with info!  I am sure this one will get you sought off features soon too!

May 30, 2013 11:58 PM #2
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Lisa Von Domek
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Hello Bob,

Our woodlands need care, great information on their life cycle!

May 31, 2013 12:36 AM #3
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Joshua Crane
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Thanks for this post.  This is great information, this morning I looked at a few properties that had an excellent wildlife paradise.  Love those pictures. 

May 31, 2013 12:51 PM #4
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Lisa Friedman
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Bob, I would love to have a wildlife paradise on my property, but I live in a townhouse! Fortunately, I live right next to Mt. Mansfield State Forest so I have a plethora of wildlife right next door!  Good post. I like the graphics. Thank you for visiting my blog.

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John G. Johnston
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Bob   I live in a county with several hundred thousand acres of National Forest and BLM land.  We live in fear of forest fires, pine beetles, insurance regulations/requirements...  There are many on both sides of the fence...do nothing and do everything.  GREAT blog and thanks for sharing....suggested

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Bob, Good information. I can tell you know what you are talking about and are the woodlands expert in Steven Point.

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