CSP Wildlife Habitats
for Targeted Species
USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service
Upland medium height grassy areas (grass/forb mix) greater than 10 acres
in size, with less than 20% shrubs and more than 300 feet from trees, which
is undisturbed between May 15 and July 15.
Open canopy woodlots with large oak trees (>15” dbh) and a short grassy
understory with many dead or dying trees and branches.
CSP Wildlife Habitats for Targeted Species
Areas of dense alder, hazel, and young aspen stands on loamy moist soil
with scattered small openings. Recent clear cuts, young hardwood
regeneration, and swampy areas with dense shrubby vegetation are
Permanent flowing high water quality streams with adjacent streamside
habitat that includes lowland hardwood forest and/or shrub communities
(alder/willow) and non-cropped sandy upland with sparse herbaceous
vegetation that is flat or faces a southerly direction.
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