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Managing Your Restored Wetland
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Managing Your Restored Wetland

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

This manual for landowners describes where wetland restoration is possible and how it is done. It covers basic wetland concepts, ecological concepts and terms, wetland restoration, and maintenance. More
Forest Landowners and Natural Gas Development
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Forest Landowners and Natural Gas Development

David R. Jackson, Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D., Scott Weikert

Before signing a lease on your forestland, there are many things to consider to protect your interests. More
Chicory
Neighborly Natural Landscaping in Residential Areas - Articles Articles
Homeowners across America are changing the face of the typical American lawn. Learn strategies for the natural landscape homeowner who is looking for neighborly ways to garden for nature. More
Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds
Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds - Articles Articles

Orchard Wildlife Management - Birds

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

On many farms or orchards, bird damage is minimal while for others, problems from birds can be substantial. More
Forest Stewardship: Wildlife
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Forest Stewardship: Wildlife

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

Wildlife is an integral part of any healthy forest community. The information provided will provide you with the basic knowledge needed to begin wildlife stewardship on your property. More
Pine Siskin
Winter Bird Feeding: The Basics - Articles Articles

Winter Bird Feeding: The Basics

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

Feeding birds is a great way to brighten a dreary winter day. It's also a never-ending source of entertainment and enjoyment. More
Water for Wildlife: Bird Baths and Backyard Ponds
Water for Wildlife: Bird Baths and Backyard Ponds - Articles Articles
Adding a bird bath to your yard is the easiest way to provide drinking and bathing water for birds. More
Bobolink
Warm-Season Grasses and Wildlife - Articles Articles

Warm-Season Grasses and Wildlife

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

Warm-season grasses, prairie grasses native to Pennsylvania, are planted for wildlife habitat, erosion control, and for use as pasture and hay. More
Meadows and Prairies: Wildlife-Friendly Alternatives to Lawn
Meadows and Prairies: Wildlife-Friendly Alternatives to Lawn - Articles Articles
By replacing all or part of your lawn with native vegetation that provides food and cover, you can create a refuge to attract variety of wildlife. More
Red Squirrel
Landscaping for Wildlife: Trees, Shrubs, and Vines - Articles Articles
Guidelines for selecting woody plants such as trees, shrubs, and vines and designing your landscape with the goal of providing wildlife habitat. More
House Finch Conjunctivitis
House Finch Conjunctivitis - Articles Articles

House Finch Conjunctivitis

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

How to detect conjunctivitis in birds, which birds are affected, effects, and how to prevent the spread of the disease. More
Gardening for Butterflies
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Gardening for Butterflies

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

Learn about the butterfly life cycle, and how to manage your garden to attract butterflies. More
Managing Habitat for Eastern Cottontails
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Managing Habitat for Eastern Cottontails

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

How to improve habitat quality for cottontail rabbits by providing them with the necessary food and cover. More
Striped Skunk
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Skunks

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

Skunks are nocturnal residents known for their repugnant odor, and is a cause for concern because they sometimes set up their dens close to human dwellings. More
Woodchucks
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Woodchucks

Margaret C. Brittingham, Ph.D.

The woodchuck, also known as the groundhog or whistle pig, is one of Pennsylvania's most widely distributed mammals. More
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