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Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment - Wildlife Responses to Timber Harvesting

Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment - Wildlife Responses to Timber Harvesting Product code: FNR-543-WV

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Our oak-hickory forests provide us with many environmental, social and economic benefits. Without proper stewardship, these benefits can be reduced through the loss of these forests. This video discusses how wildlife responses differ among even-aged, uneven-aged, and control sites on the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment. Researchers discuss key results and management recommendations for songbirds, bats, cerulean warblers, and woodland salamanders. For more information about the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment and other resources, visit www.HEEForestStudy.org.

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Produced

4/6/2017

Author

Brian MacGowan; Charlotte Owings, Robert Swihart

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