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View Resource Managing Your Property for Wildlife

This is an extensive site provided by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife. Twelve different wildlife habitat management plans are available to download as PDF files. ...
View Resource Planning a Backyard Wildlife Habitat

This link from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension provides useful information on planning a backyard wildlife habitat. This is just one in a series of fact sheets related to habitats and...
View Resource Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP)

This Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) site provides general information on this program with a fact sheet, questions & answers, program description, key points, and federal regulation. ...
View Resource Protecting Biodiversity: A Guide to Criteria Used by Global Conservation Organizations

The worldwide decline of forest habitat, and related loss of biodiversity, is one of the most urgent environmental issues of our time. Human activities ? such as clearing forests for agriculture a...
View Resource Livestock - A Powerful Wildlife Management Tool

This University of Idaho site was written by Karen Launchbaugh from their Rangeland Ecology and Management Department. Sections on livestock as wildlife habitat management tools, effects of...
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