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Alabama’s Black Bear

…at could entice a chase.”
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For more information about Alabama’s black bear, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension forestry, wildlife and natural resources agent. Outdoor Alabama is also a great online res…

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ForestHER Workshops

… Learn about forests and woodland management in a relaxed, fun setting that is right for you. 

For more information contact:
Dr. Becky Barlow
Phone: 334.844.1019
Email: becky.barlow@auburn.edu 

The Alabama Extension ForestHER wor…

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Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resources Team Impacts 2018

…is designed to assist clients in managing Alabama’s natural resources. Management may involve programs and one-on-one contacts to improve wildlife habitat or to minimize or eliminate damage caused by wildlife. Enhancement programs cover t…

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Controlling Armadillo Damage in Alabama

… leprosy (Mycobacterium leprae), but there has been no conclusive evidence that human beings can con-tract leprosy from contact with armadillos. The Field Manual of Wildlife Diseases in the Southeastern United States states:

…Whether h…

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Venomous Snakes of Alabama

…ontrol of Snakes in Alabama that has more information about the snakes that call Alabama home. For further information, contact your county Extension forestry, wildlife and natural resources agent….

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Protect Your Yard From Digging Animals

…large yards.
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For more information on these and other garden pests, visit Alabama Extension online or contact your county Extension office….

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Nonvenomous Snakes Can Pose a Health Risk

…mistake.”
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Find more information about snakes at Alabama Extension online. For further information, contact your county Extension office….

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Summer: Prime Time for Ticks

… & Tick-borne Illnesses, ANR-2315. For further information on ticks and tick-borne illnesses, visit www.aces.edu or contact your county Extension office….

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Avoiding Poisonous Plants

…is sending people in droves to participate in many outdoors activities. In many of these instances, people are in close contact with plants. When camping, hiking, playing in the yard and even working in flower beds and gardens, people shoul…

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Wood Duck Management In Alabama

…es. Landowners who are interested in installing such devices or who want to build ponds specifically for ducks should contact the USDA Soil Conservation Service (SCS). SCS employees will provide free engineering advice on pond construct…

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Field Guide to The Identification of Japanese Stiltgrass

… to other look-a-like species, ANR – 1457.

 

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, contact Extension Communications and Marketing at 334-844-5696 or extcomm@aces.edu.

Featured Image: Chris Evans, Uni…

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A Key to Common Native Trees of Alabama

…Download A Key to Common Trees of Alabama, ANR-0509.

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, contact Extension Communications and Marketing at 334-844-5696 or extcomm@aces.edu….

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Landowners and Forest Inventories: Frequently Asked Questions

… you know the value of your land or timber.

If you need further assistance or help locating a registered forester, contact your local Alabama Cooperative Extension System office (on the Web at www.aces.edu/counties) or the regional Al…

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Plantings for Wildlife

…s an annual burning regime on infertile soils, leave small patches unburned to provide nesting cover. Before burning, contact your county office of the Alabama Forestry Commission.

Food plantings should be long and narrow and located…

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Managing Fusiform Rust on Loblolly and Slash Pine in Forest and Landscape Settings

…af or shortleaf pine. Rust resistant families of loblolly or slash pines are available from many forest-tree nurseries. Contact your state forestry commission or county Extension office for a list of nurseries that supply resistant pine mat…

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