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Silviculture Systems Research: Wildlife Tree Problem Analysis Backhouse, Frances
1991
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Abstract: The general lack of awareness about wildlife tree users and their habitat requirements and the lack of provincial legislation, policies, and operating guidelines are limiting efforts to convince resource managers of the importance of wildlife tree values. Thus, we are facing a wildlife tree availability and management problem in BC's forest. This project was initiated to do the necessary research and analysis for the development of operating and management guidelines for forested lands as the preliminary step to a wildlife tree management program for BC. The report contains as complete a list as possible of wildlife tree users in BC and identifies their use of wildlife trees. There is a reasonable body of literature on cavity-nesting birds, open-nesting birds, and furbearers and their utilization of wildlife trees. For the most part, the other groups of wildlife tree users (other types of birds, bats, small mammals, herptiles) are under-represented in the literature. Several recommendations relating to resear
 
Backhouse, Frances, Lousier, J. Daniel. 1991. Silviculture Systems Research: Wildlife Tree Problem Analysis. Ministry of Forests; Ministry of Environment. RN328
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: wildlife trees, habitat, management, guidelines, research, inventory, education, policies, regulations
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