Timber Marking for Wildlife Habitat: White-tailed Deer
June 7, 2019
9:30am - 3:30pm
Central Wisconsin Environmental Station, Amherst Junction, Wis.
Experience how timber management can be used to improve wildlife habitat while joining Mike Demchik, Ph.D., Scott Hygnstrom, Ph.D., and Matt Esser, WI-DNR Deer Biologist, on a guided tour of Bradley Creek and Minister Lake demonstration sites. While on the tour, you will partake in discussions and marking activities to increase your understanding of timber management for white-tailed deer habitat. By the end of the workshop, you will understand the habitat requirements of wildlife and how to create it. Habitat management for WTD benefits many other species with similar needs, such as ruffed grouse, woodcock, golden-winged warblers, and a variety of other edge-loving and early successional species.
An updated workshop itinerary can be found here.
This workshop is designed predominantly for natural resource professionals: foresters, loggers, and timber industry professionals. However, small woodlot to large forest owners; FML and DMAP cooperators; hunters and recreationist, are all welcome to attend. The field tours will be tailored to meet the people that enroll in the training."
Scope and Scale
Small woodlots to larger forests and land cooperatives to very large commercial forests and public lands.
This workshop is preapproved for 4.0 CEHs from WI-DNR Cooperating Foresters, 4 Category 1 CFEs from the Society of American Foresters, and 4 Category 1 CEUs from The Wildlife Society.