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Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program



Grassland Management
  • Delayed mowing and brush hogging
  • Seeding of warm and cool season grasses
  • Invasive Species control

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Open grassy meadows provide excellent sites for foraging, nesting, and resting for many different species of wildlife
Open grassy meadows provide
Bobolink
The Bobolink is one of many different grassland bird species to benefit from delayed mowing/harvest
Warm season grasses such as Switch Grass provide good cover habitat for a variety grassland birds
Switch Grass
butterflies
Undisturbed grassland habitats can provide valuable habitat for pollinators such as butterflies and bees
Newly planted openings provide help to create wildlife habitat as well as prevent soil loss.
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Common Buckthorn
Common Buckthorn (left) and Honeysuckle (below) are common invasive plants that can out compete native vegetation for sunlight and create less desirable habitat for wildlife.
Honeysuckle


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