Wildlife Habitat - Resources and References

Wildlife of all types excite and animate the interests of landowners and many others.  Foresters spend effort working to align traditional resource management with the owner objectives related to their values for wildlife.  Understanding of the needs of wildlife will provide new and stronger strategies to ensure that owners achieve their goals.  Gary Goff of Cornell University Cooperative Extension discussed how owners and managers can create and manipulate the four key elements of wildlife habitat: food, water, cover and space.  The content is intended for those beginning the process of learning and implementing these strategies.

Link to the December 18, 2013 webinar archive [here]

Wildlife Habitat Online Resources

NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation Tree and Shrub Nursery

            http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7127.html

NEWILD  Wildlife Computer Program

            http://www.nrs.fs.fed.us/tools/ned/products/newild/

ForestConnect Publications

            http://www2.dnr.cornell.edu/ext/info/pubs/index.htm

Forest Resource Management: A landowner’s guide to getting started

Landowner’s Guide to Wildlife Habitat

The Woods in Your Backyard Manual

            http://www.nraes.org/

Garden for Wildlife

            http://www.nwf.org/How-to-Help/Garden-for-Wildlife.aspx?campaignid=WH10DGWP&s_src=CWH_Wildlife_Navigation

How to Attract Birds to Your Yard:  Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology

            http://www.allaboutbirds.org/attractingbirds

Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Forest Owner (MFO) Volunteer Program

            www.cornellmfo.info

NY Forest Owners Association (NYFOA) Wildlife Resources

            http://nyfoa.org/swg/index.php

Crop Tree Management for Eastern Hardwoods

http://www.docstoc.com/docs/54249759/Crop-Tree-Management-In-Eastern-Hardwoods

Wildlife of all types excite and animate the interests of landowners and many others.  Foresters spend effort working to align traditional resource management with the owner objectives related to their values for wildlife.  Understanding of the needs of wildlife will provide new and stronger strategies to ensure that owners achieve their goals.  Gary Goff of Cornell University Cooperative Extension will discuss how owners and managers can create and manipulate the four key elements of wildlife habitat: food, water, cover and space.  The content is intended for those beginning the process of learning and implementing these strategies.

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