In this issue focused on “Wildlife Management in Urban and WUI Forests,” the authors share the latest research and management options for managing wildlife in these unique forests. Lori Hennings opens the issue with an overview on the value of wildlife habitat found in urban environments. Carrie Hugo shares how to create resilient wildlife and forest communities in managed forests, and Leslie Bliss-Ketchum discusses the value of wildlife passing structures.
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Individual articles are accessible in PDF format (requires Acrobat Reader)
- Wildlife Management in Urban and Wildland-Urban Interface Forests |PDF
- The Living Dead: Dead and Damaged Trees Give Life to Forests |PDF
- Tips to Creating Both Resilient Wildlife and Forest Communities on Your Next Project |PDF
- Integrating Wildlife Needs Into Landscape-scale Wildfire Risk Reduction Projects |PDF
- Wildlife Passing Structures Support Wide Range of Species |PDF
- Urban Forests and Their Benefits to Wildlife |PDF