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  • Preparing/planting food plots
  • Conducting controlled burning
  • Creating brush piles
  • Cutting timber
  • Pruning/thinning
  • Ditching
  • Creating diking/levees
  • Controlling nuisance plants or animals
  • Controlling brush or grass mechanically
  • Creating watering holes
  • Enhancing soil (fertilizing and liming)
  • Creating wetlands
  • Restoring streams
  • Creating nest boxes

Balancing Act

Habitats must be in balance in order to support wildlife. Remove a certain population of plants or animals from a community, and the community may not survive. This typically happens when urban development pushes into wildlife areas.

Before urban development
Before Urban Development
After urban development
After Urban Development