Managing Woodlands for Wildlife at Vassalboro Wildlife Habitat

  • Vassalboro Wildlife Habitat Webber Pond Road Vassalboro, ME 04989 United States
Photo: Nicole Rhodes

Photo: Nicole Rhodes

When habitat is changed through timber harvesting, hurricanes, controlled fires, haying, or simply allowing forests to mature into late successional stands, some species of wildlife respond positively while others respond negatively. Please join us at the habitat-diverse KLT Vassalboro Wildlife Habitat to gain insights on how habitat can be manipulated to benefit a suite of species.  

Ron Joseph will be our trip leader.  Before retiring in 2010, Ron was a wildlife biologist in Maine for 33 years.  He worked mostly with small landowners interested in restoring habitat for migratory birds.