Resources by Peter T. Bromley
|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|