Habitat Elements

 

Snags, Dead Wood & Brush Piles

Snags – The Wildlife Tree:: Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Attracting Wildlife With Dead Trees:: National Wildlife Federation

Animal Inn: There’s life in dead trees:: US Forest Service

Working with Wildlife: Snags and Downed Logs (PDF):: Stewardship Forest

Dead Trees as Resources for Forest Wildlife (PDF):: Ohio State University Extension

Snags for Wildlife (PDF):: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection

Dead Wood for Wildlife (PDF):: Penn State Cooperative Extension

Brush Piles for Wildlife (PDF):: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection

Landscaping for Wildlife – Brush Piles (PDF):: Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey

 

Cover & Shelter

Cover: Its Importance to Wyoming’s Wildlife (PDF):: University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service

Building Shelter for Wildlife:: Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Landscaping for Wildlife-Habitat Elements (PDF):: Arizona Cooperative Extension Yavapai County

 

Hedgerows, Windbreaks & Shelterbelts

Hedgerows – Farm to City: King Conservation District (Washington)

Ancient and Species-rich Hedgerows: Buglife (Europe)

Hedgerows: Canadian Wildlife Federation

Windbreaks and Wildlife (PDF):: University of Nebraska Extension

Windbreaks for Wildlife (PDF):: Kansas Forest Service, Kansas State University

Shelterbelts for Wildlife:: Ohio State University Extension

 

Water

See Rain Gardens & Wildlife Ponds

 

Fencing

A Landowners Guide to Wildlife Friendly Fences (PDF):: Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks