Wildlife Management Practices WMPs Matching

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Habitat Management PracticesCCreate SnagsForest ManagementPlant TreesSetback SuccessionTillage ManagementConservation EasementDelay Crop HarvestPlant Food PlotsRepair Spillway/LeveeField BordersContro Download

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1 Wildlife Management Practices (WMPs) Mat
Wildlife Management Practices (WMPs) Matching Habitat Management Practices C.Create Snags Forest Management Plant Trees Setback Succession Tillage Management Conservation Easement Delay Crop Harvest Plant Food Plots Repair Spillway/Levee Field Borders Control Nonnative Invasive Vegetation E Leave Crop Unharvested Plant Shrubs Water Control Structures Livestock Managemen Nesting Structures Plant Native Grasses and Forbs Population Management Practices crease Harvest Wildlife Damage Management Wildlife or Fish Survey crease Harvest Control Aquatic Vegetation BBRestock Fish Pond Fertilize/Lime Fish Pond X.Construct Fish Pond CCStreamsCreate Pools Reduce Turbidity in Fish Pond StreamsRemove Fish Barriers Rooftop/Balcony Gardens Artificial Flowers FFPlant Flowers Regulate or increase limits for hunting, trapping, and fishing, allowing more animals to be removed from habitatsU.Regulate or decrease limits for hunting, trapping, and fishing, controlling how many animals may be removed from habitatsMonitor tre

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nds ofwildlife populations and collect data on various species (can use cameras, questionnaires, etc.)W.Most common in urban areas where wildlife & humans interact; create fencing, modify habitats, use repellents, etc. to decrease damageUse dams or levees to create relatively permanent water sourcesControl plants in ponds or wetland areas thru chemical, biological, or mechanical ways. Increase natural food organisms by adding substance to pondAA.Reduce erosion in watershed, remove sediment if possible to improve water qualityBB.Drain pond & remove unbalanced fish populations, then add in desirable fishCC.Provide deep areas for fish to feed & find refuge from fastmoving waterDD.Remove structures that prevent fish from moving upstreamProvide supplemental food source (such as suet, seeds, etc.), primarily for viewing purposesProvide supplemental source of food & cover by planting annuals & perennialsGG.Create green habitat & water in an urban area Urban Wildlife Management Practices Fish Pond & Stream Management Practices

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