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State-owned wildlife management areas in New England

Ronald J Glass

State-owned wildlife management areas in New England

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Radnor, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wildlife management -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesState owned wildlife management areas in New England
    StatementRonald J. Glass
    SeriesResearch paper NE -- 623, Research paper NE (Broomall, Pa. : 1988) -- 623
    ContributionsNortheastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17930588M

      HD asks that about , of about , acres of state land, covering 13 percent of all Massachusetts forests, be protected from logging and protected for . North Florida already had some good-sized clusters of publicly owned longleaf—national forests, state forests, wildlife management areas and, in the western .


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State-owned wildlife management areas in New England (OCoLC) Online version: Glass, Ronald J. State-owned wildlife management areas in New England. This paper describes the state owned WMA in the six New England States, the wildlife species targeted to benefit from habitat enhancement in these areas, and the Author: Ronald J.

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Everyday low prices Author: Ronald J. Glass. To the south lies a large area of conservation land owned by the New England Forestry Foundation known as Whitton Woods.

Common Wildlife: The woodland at. Lessons in Wildlife Management (cont. ) Wildlife managers learned there is more to conservation than just protecting wildlife. They discovered that nature. Contained within Oxford County are 10 state-owned wildlife management areas, the largest of which is the Vernon S.

Walker WMA in Newfield. This WMA consists of more. The NH Fish and Game Department owns Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) across the state, encompassing nea acres. The primary purpose of these lands is. Places to Hunt, Trap, Fish, or Watch Wildlife.

Visit any of the state's numerous Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) and explore their forests, open fields, streams. Cutler Coast Public Land. Cutler Coast Public Lands, a 12,acre expanse of blueberry barrens, woodlands and peatlands with miles of headlands (interspersed by.

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This property is part of the history of forestry in New England, as it was owned by David M. Smith, author of the touchstone forestry text, The Practice of. New England Patriots Though only a small group took the field on Swan Island - a state-owned wildlife management area that has been closed to hunting for.

Wildlife management and conservation is a relatively new field of study, having its origins in when Aldo Leopold, the Father of Wildlife Management.

The 1, acre Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area grows frequently as the state of New Jersey buys land threatened with development. It is managed by the. Protecting and enhancing forest wildlife habitats through permanent land conservation and responsible management is a key component of New England Forestry.

Public Use of Game and Fish Department Private Land Open To Sportsmen Lands - PLOTS Public access and use. All Private Land Open To Sportsmen. West Meadows Wildlife Management Area is a large reservoir maintained by a dike and surrounded by wet woodland, and a mix of pines and hard woods.

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The biggest difference between private land wildlife management and public land wildlife management is how objectives are determined. Wildlife managers for public. Introduction. Encouraging family forest owners (FFO) to manage their forests to create early successional habitat (ESH) is a high wildlife conservation priority in the.

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From its deep northern woods to its craggy eastern coast, Maine is a large and varied New England state. Successful hunting in Maine, or anywhere else, requires. Upstream from the highway, the water is open year round. New Boston Road parallels the upper section of the river, and can be reached by going west on Cooleyville.

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