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Unformatted text preview: provide spring-summer forage Area = 16 ha 2. shrub stands (10-20 yrs)provide cover and forage ha = 100m x 100m 3. young trees (20-30 yrs) provide nest/roosting sites 4. pulp log sized trees (>30 yrs) provide critical winter food. 400 m You can use shapes and draw lines on this word document and write text explaining answer on next page. Or you can do this on separate sheets and scan your answer to send it in. First you would harvest from the areas of brown dotted line which would provide the spring-summer forage area for the ruffed grouse Then you would harvest from the green areas which provide cover and forage area, and harvest more trees Then you would harvest from the blue area, to meet the amount of trees but still provide nest/rooting sites from the ruffed grouse Finally you would harvest from the red area, which are areas that provide critical winter food for the ruffed grouse...
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- Spring '09