Oak/pine woodlands provide habitat for numerous wildlife species, including the two most popular game species. Restoring oak/pine woodlands can enhance habitat for white-tailed deer and wild turkey and increase wildlife diversity.
Southern Regional Extension Forestry will hold a Wildlife Considerations When Restoring Oak/Pine Woodlands webinar on March 7th at 1 pm EST.
In this webinar, Craig Harper, Wildlife Specialist for the University of Tennessee Extension, will explain ways to restore oak/pine woodlands and improve wildlife habitat. Sunlight, overstory retention levels, fire, and vegetation structure and composition influence oak pine woodlands.
In this webinar, these factors will be discussed in relation to improving habitat for a variety of wildlife species when restoring oak/pine woodlands.
To take part in this webinar, register at Wildlife Considerations When Restoring Oak/Pine Woodlands — The Webinar Portal (forestrywebinars.net)