Resources by Peter T. Bromley

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Feeding Wild Birds
To the responsible person, the decision to feed wild birds is not a casual one. The dedicated bird feeder buys hundreds of pounds of feed each winter and at least a bird book and binoculars to identify and study the birds. Additionally, several times each week the food needs to be replenished, which over several months and years amounts to a substantial investment of time. Such a commitment carries with it the expectation of attracting a handsome, interesting variety of birds. Furthermore, most of us want to get the most for our time and money.
May 1, 2009 420-006
A Landowner's Guide To Working With Sportsmen In Virginia May 1, 2009 420-035
Supplemental Income from Wildlife on Your Land
More and more farmers and ranchers are considering hunting as a new source of income. Urban and suburban sprawl is wiping out historic wildlife habitats, and rural areas surrounding cities typically are posted against hunting or trespassing.
May 1, 2009 420-095
A Landowner's Guide to Wildlife Abundance through Forestry
Your woodlands offer the promise of immediate and long-term benefits. Managed forests produce yields of timber and wildlife.
May 1, 2009 420-138
Management of Wood Ducks on Private Lands and Waters
Of the many wildlife management practices the private landowner can do, few are as rewarding as those which favor wood ducks. Wood ducks and a multitude of other wildlife species respond readily to managed wetlands.
May 1, 2009 420-802