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Where Do I Begin?

Any wildlife management plan for a specific species or group of species must be tailored to each property. This plan must take into consideration the landowner's objectives, existing habitats, natural features on the property, property size, wildlife species present in the area, and habitats and natural features on surrounding properties. Fortunately, there is help available.

  • How Do I Start?
    Before you begin managing for wildlife on your land, there are three basic questions you need to consider.
  • Establishing and Managing Habitat for Wildlife
    Wildlife rely on a variety of habitat types such as forests, wetlands, grasslands, old fields, and aquatic areas. Learn effective ways to establish and manages these specific habitat types.
  • Coping with Wildlife Damage
    Conflicts may arise between humans and wildlife. Learn how to minimize potential conflicts with wildlife before they happen, or solve your current wildlife damage problem.

 

 


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