Landscaping for wildlife
Nongame Wildlife Program, Section of Wildlife, Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources, 1987 - Gardening - 144 pages
A beautifully illustrated and practical guide for landscaping for wildlife. Explains the benefits and principles of landscaping for wildlife and the components necessary to fulfill the major habitat needs of wildlife. Contains chapters on landscaping the yard, farmland and woodland. Tables, figures and illustrations. Extensive bibliography. Glossary. Extensive appendix with list of plants for use in landscaping, planning checklist, bird feeder designs, etc.
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Principles Of Landscaping For Wildlife
Habitat Components For Wildlife
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Appendix areas backyard Big Bluestem birds Black Hills Spruce butterflies cherry chokecherry conifers crabapple CULTIVAR deer dogwood EX EX Exposure Moisture Preference F MD farm feeder feet flowers food plot forest FP MD Frst G-EX garden habitat Hardiness Zones hummingbirds Indiangrass Landscape Score Landscape Landscape Uses Hardiness lbs/ac legumes maple Minnesota Horticulturist Moisture Preference pH nest boxes nesting cover Northern Norway Spruce Nursery P.O. Box pH Preference Soil pheasants Phlox pine Plant Characteristics Plant Group Rating PLANT NAME CULTIVAR Plant Type Origin pond Preference pH Preference Preference Soil Types rows ruffed grouse Scarlet seed shelter shrubs Sideoats grama snags snake Species Wildlife Value Spruce Sun Exposure Moisture trees and shrubs Value Landscape Score vegetation Viburnum warbler weeds White Spruce wildflowers wildlife habitat Wildlife Species Wildlife Wildlife Value Landscape winter wood wood ducks woodlot woodpecker woody cover planting yard