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Economic feasibility of including game habitats in timber management systemsAuthor(s): Lowell K. Halls
Source: In: Transactions of the 40th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 1975. Published by the Wildlife Management Institute. Washington, D.C.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionProfits largely determine management decisions on commercial forest lands. Past decisions have therefore favored timber production over wildlife, and practices advantageous to wildlife were usually incidental. This paper explains how effective timber management on public and private lands can be coordinated with wildlife needs to obtain revenues from hunting as well as timber. The examples are drawn from the South, but the priciples and trends apply to forest lands throughout the United States.
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CitationHalls, Lowell K. 1975. Economic feasibility of including game habitats in timber management systems. In: Transactions of the 40th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. 1975. Published by the Wildlife Management Institute. Washington, D.C.
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