Topics of Seasonal Interest
courtesy Purdue Extension

We put a lot of time and effort into planting trees. Fences can be one of the best ways to protect those trees from deer browse.

I saw my first robin last week. And I’ve been hearing cranes. I love spring, and what it brings back to us, or we hope it brings back to us. Many landowners report bird watching as a favorite activity in their woods. Do you know what birds are using your woods and trees? Are there some birds you hope to catch sight of? In a previous blog post, we talked about what you can do to attract wildlife to your property. The first step in that process though, is knowing what is there now. In this post, we’ll share a few ways to monitor birds on your property.

Image courtesy Wisconsin DNR

Insects, either individually or as a large group, can kill your trees, so it is a good idea to keep an eye out for them and monitor the health of your trees.