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2016 Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resources Impacts
The mission of the Extension Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resources Team is to provide Alabamians with the latest science-based information available to make decisions regarding the management of natu ...

5 Ways To Protect Your Forestland From Wildfire
Damage from wildland fires can devastate your forests and wildlife. This one-page flyer from the Alabama Forestry Commission recommends five ways to protect your forestland from wildfire.

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A Landowner’s Guide for Wild Pig Management
Wild pigs are now both numerous and widespread throughout much of the United States. Damage from pigs is nothing new, and wherever wild pigs are present, they inevitably become a problem. This colorf ...

Alabama 4-H Science School Guidepost
These brief pages introduce you to the Alabama 4-H Science School's live animal outreach programs Raptor Trek and Herp Journey.

Alabama Cougars: Sorting Fact From Fiction
The wild cougar is presumed extinct east of the Mississippi River, except for a small protected population in southwest Florida, and there hasn’t been a confirmed cougar sighting in Alabama for 50 yea ...

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Attracting Purple Martins
Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians first noticed the tendency of purple martins to nest in man-made structures and provided hollowed-out gourds to attract them. European settlers followed suit. More ela ...

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Attracting Waterfowl To Beaver Ponds
Beaver ponds are easily converted into green tree reservoirs or moist soil management units, or they can be planted in Japanese millet and other grains to attract ducks. Beaver ponds can provide an ...

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Attracting Wildlife To Your Backyard
Your backyard can become a miniature wildlife refuge, attracting many different kinds of wild animals such as songbirds, squirrels, owls, and deer.

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Bat Management in Alabama
Bats, the only mammals that truly fly, are misunderstood by many people. Sixteen species of bats, all insectivorous, are found in Alabama. Their natural habitats are trees or caves; however, attics, e ...

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Beaver Control in Alabama
In the 1930s, beaver populations in Alabama were reduced to about 500 animals as a result of trapping, hunting, and the demand for fur. However, stocking of beaver in suitable habitats, low fur prices ...

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