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Habitat Restoration and Management of Native and Non-native Trees in Southwestern Riparian Ecosystems

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Wildlife
Riparian Restoration Practices
Weed Management/Control

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has published a new handbook for Habitat Restoration and Management of Native and Non-native Trees in Southwestern Riparian Ecosystems. This Handbook addresses wildlife use of non-native riparian habitats, including tamarisk, Russian olive, and Siberian elm. It also provides recommendations for restoration of riparian habitats following chemical, mechanical, and/or biological control of non-native trees. This handbook is available as an attachment to this email and will also be posted at http://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/conservation/habitat-information/habitat... along with other guidelines for minimizing impacts of specific land use practices on wildlife and wildlife habitats.

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