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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Burning the Leafy Blanket: Winter Prescribed Fire and Litter Roosting Bats|
Rather than hibernating in caves, some bat species in the southeastern U.S. get through the coldest parts of winter by roosting under fallen lea ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2015||SRS|
|Forest birds benefit from a range of timber harvest strategies|
Timber harvesting affects birds that rely on mature forests for breeding, foraging, and other purposes. A long-term Forest Service study tracked ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2018||SRS|
|Guidelines to Minimize Risk of White-Nose Syndrome to Bats through Forest Management|
During the course of forest operations, managers make many choices on the timing and method of improvements. The results of these choices affect ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2016||SRS|
|Riparian zone width, pine plantation age, and status of conservation priority birds|
Selecting 16 different bird species of conservation importance in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, we used models to look at the likelihood o ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2011||SRS|