Wildlife Prefer the Plentiful Food and Cover of a Well Managed Forest.

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Real Estate Agent with Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, Keller Williams Fox Cities #1 in Forest Land Mgmt

The Results are in... Most Wildlife Prefer the Plentiful Food and Cover of a Well Managed Forest.moose  http://cdn.morguefile.com/imageData/public/files/c/cimmy/preview/fldr_2008_11_08/file000282818618.jpg
  Leaving your forest alone is seldom the best option for either wildlife habitat or a healthy forest. 

An unmanaged forest will become stagnant reducing the amount of food for wildlife and crowding out the younger trees which are important for the next generation of the forest.  

Most wildlife requires a diverse forest with varied ages and types of trees for both food and shelter. 

And a healthy sustainable forest requires various ages of trees to enable future generations.
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James Dray
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Morning Bob.

We have from time to time, people looking for forest land for hunting purposes.  

Feb 08, 2021 01:02 AM #1
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Ed Silva
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With the manner in which mankind has developed over the years and the encroachment into the woods, it would make sense that an expert should be consulted as to how to rejuvenate the forests to keep the wildlife healthy as well.

Feb 08, 2021 04:49 AM #2
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Wayne Martin
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Good morning Bob. Luckily, Wisconsin still has a big supply of forests that need proper management. Enjoy your day.

Feb 08, 2021 05:17 AM #3
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Nina Hollander
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Good morning, Bob... not knowing much (actually pretty much nothing) about forest land management, I found this to be really interesting.

Feb 08, 2021 05:26 AM #4
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Michael Jacobs
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Hello Bob - good information on forest land management.  Nicely told and well-written.  

Feb 08, 2021 05:39 AM #5
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Lise Howe
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animals benefit from a well managed forest and the forest itself benefits too - a reduced risk of fires

Feb 08, 2021 06:31 AM #6
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Rocky Dickerson
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Good morning Bob Crane thank goodness for the folks that know how to mange a forest well

Feb 08, 2021 07:49 AM #7
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Ron and Alexandra Seigel
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Bob,

It make sense that we care for the wildlife.  One thing I love about France is that they give away those piles of wood from grooming the forest for firewood to anyone who wants them.  As one drive by a forest, you can see the piles neatly stacked.  A

Feb 08, 2021 09:24 AM #8
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Will Hamm
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Hello Bob,  nice picture of the fawn in the grass but a little early I think.  I wish we would take better care of forest that we would have less fires.

 

Feb 08, 2021 09:26 AM #9
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I really think you have the best of both worlds. Selling beautiful properties and being able to visit incredible wildlife at the same time Bob Crane 

Feb 08, 2021 08:09 PM #10
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I don't know much at all about wildlife, but I am glad that you do and share the information with us!

Feb 10, 2021 04:47 AM #11
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Roy Kelley
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This is excellent advice to share.

Take care, be safe and have a great day.

Feb 10, 2021 06:01 AM #12
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Hi Bob Crane 

As my logging friends like to say, and as a life long hunter I can attest, Yes, wildlife does benefit from temporary meadows.

Trees. America's great renewable resource.

Enjoyed this post

Brad

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Bob, not being the expert of forestland, have not thought about this, but totally makes sense.

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Bob- there's a lot more to taking care of and managing our lands. Love the picture!!!

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