University of Maryland Extension

Wildlife Management: Field Border Management

Peter S. Jayne

Several upland game and nongame wildlife species have undergone serious population declines in Maryland in the last decades. Many factors, including development, road construction, abnormal weather conditions and intensive farming practices, contribute to the problem. This fact sheet focuses on low maintenance practices that provide upland wildlife habitats without significantly impacting farm productivity.

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