Enhancement of Wildlife Habitat on Private Lands
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This publication desribes methods to enhance wildlife populations on private lands. It includes illustrations and instructions for 10 low-cost to moderate-cost projects to provide desirable habitats. Many of the projects are applicable for urban parks, suburban backyards, and rural areas. It also introduces the concept of protecting biological diversity through ecosystem management.
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Cornell Cooperative Extension; American Wildlife Research Foundation, Inc.; Department of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University
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benefits of wildlife enhancement; elements of wildlife enhancement; problems of wildlife enhancement; brush shelters; nest structures; living brush piles; den and cavity tree preservation; feeding stations; water projects; planting and plants; creating and maintaining openings; managing odd areas and corridors
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