In the Wild with Greg Wagner


LANDOWNERS LEAVE A LITTLE; IT GOES A LONG WAY TO HELP WILDLIFE! by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
October 19, 2009, 2:29 pm
Filed under: Wildlife Habitat | Tags: ,

field cornerAs the crop harvest progresses here in Nebraska, just a note to let you, the landowner, know that you can help wildlife on your property by not combining the row crops in those hard to harvest areas. We’re talking about simply establishing several acre row crop-type food plots in areas such as field corners that border timber, grass or marsh cover. My friend Biologist Pete Berthelsen of Nebraska Pheasants and Quail Forever puts it best when he says: “This economical habitat practice is kind of like putting the kitchen next to the bedroom for wildlife in winter.”

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