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Landowner’s Guide to Wildlife Habitat
Forest Management for the New England Region
Richard M. DeGraaf

University of Vermont Press



Contents

• Preface
• Acknowledgements
• Background
• Pre-European Conditions
• European Settlement Period
• Wildlife Responses to Landscape Change
• Why Can't We Just Let Nature Take Its Course?
• Understanding Wildlife Habitats
• Wildlife Habitat
• Community Organization and Structure
• Management Practices
• Other Factors Affecting Wildlife Populations
• Visualizing Forest Change and Wildlife Responses
• Northern New England
• No Management Scenario
• Uneven-Aged Management Scenario
• Even-Aged Management Scenario
• Summary
• Southern New England
• No Management Scenario
• Uneven-Aged Management Scenario
• Even-Aged Management Scenario
• Summary
• Getting Started: An Inventory Checklist and a Prescription Key
• Monitoring Your Success
• Points to Remember
• Appendixes
• Appendix A: Common Woodland Wildlife Species Occuring in New England
• Appendix B: Agencies and Organizations That Provide Technical Information
• State Agencies that Provide Habitat Management Recommendations in New England
• State Natural Heritage Programs That Privide Information on Ecosystems and Rare Species in New England
• State Cooperative Extension Wildlife Specialists in New England
• Sources of Spatial Information for Landscape Context in New England
• Timberland and Woodland Owners Groups in New England
• New England Forestry Links on the Internet
• Notes On The Images Created To Visualize Forest Change
• Literature Cited
• Further Reading

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