Good Forestry in the Granite State:
Recommended Voluntary Forest Management Practices for New Hampshire
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TOPICS IN THIS SECTION

6.1 Mast
6.2 Cavity Trees, Dens and Snags
6.3 Dead and Down Woody Material
6.4 Overstory Inclusions
6.5 Permanent Openings
6.6 Temporary Openings Created by Forest Management
6.7 Aspen Management
6.8 Beaver-Created Openings
6.9 Deer Wintering Areas
6.10 Woodland Raptor Nest Sites
6.11 Bald Eagle Winter Roosts
6.12 Heron Colonies
6.13 Wildlife Species of Greatest Conservation Need

 

ADDITIONAL READING

Landowner's Guide to Wildlife Habitat: Forest Management for the New England Region
Richard M. DeGraaf, Mariko Yamasaki, William B. Leak, and Anna M. Lester
University Press of New England
2005

Technical Guide to Forest Wildlife Habitat Management in New England
Richard M. DeGraaf, Mariko Yamasaki, William B. Leak, and Anna M. Lester
University of Vermont Press and University Press of New England
2006

New England Wildlife:Habitat, Natural History, and Distribution
Richard M. DeGraaf and Mariko Yamasaki
University Press of New England
2001

Guide to Wildlife Habitats of Maine
Edited by Cathy Elliott
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
1988

Wildlife, Forests and Forestry: Principles of Managing Forests for Biological Diversity
Malcolm L. Hunter, Jr.
Prentice-Hall
1990

Forester's Guide to Wildlife Habitat Improvement
Scot Williamson
UNH Cooperative Extension
1993 (second edition)

New Hampshire's Living Legacy: The Biodiversity of the Granite State
Edited by James Taylor, Thomas Lee, and Laura Falk McCarthy
N.H. Fish and Game
1996

Biodiversity in the Forests of Maine: Guidelines for Management
Gro Flatebo, Carol Foss, and Steven Pelletier
Edited by Catherine Elliot
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
1999

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