Getting An Edge On Your Wildlife Habitat

Where woods meet open land are some of the most important areas to manage for wildlife. Edges support shade-intolerant fruit, berry, and seed producing plants that won’t grow under a closed forest canopy. Additionally, their thick, brushy nature makes them … Continued

Woodscaping for Wildlife

From wildlife’s viewpoint, all forests are not created equal. A young forest, with its abundant seed producing plants, provides an excellent food source for quail. The pileated woodpecker is at the other end of the spectrum, needing older forest with … Continued