Farmlands and Wildlife of Pennsylvania and the Northeast

Develop a wildlife management plan for your property.
Farmlands and Wildlife of Pennsylvania and the Northeast - Guides and Publications
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Language: English


Emphasizing the importance of agriculture in maintaining habitat for our region's wildlife, Farmlands and Wildlife of Pennsylvania and the Northeast is a guide to farmland wildlife for landowners that details habitat management methods and their benefits, methods of wildlife damage control, sources of financial assistance for habitat projects, and additional educational resources.

Who is this for?

Landowners, farmers

What will you learn?

Wildlife enhancement for the farmstead and other farmland areas: farmhouse habitat (landscaping and bird feeding), farm ponds and other water sources, wetland protection and restoration, stream corridor management, riparian forest buffers, woodlot management, providing nest boxes, providing natural and artificial perches, and more habitat considerations; managing cropland and pasture for wildlife: natural grassland and habitat areas, mowing, burning, grazing, hedgerows and treelines, integrated pest management, soil and water conservation strategies that benefit wildlife


Avian ecology Effects of shale gas development on forests and birds forest songbirds Human impacts on bird population Wildlife habitat management on private lands Landscaping for birds and wildlife

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