Provide abundant and varied food sources for wildlife on your forested land, with this 5-page fact sheet written by Chris Demers, Alan Long, Chris Latt, and Emma Willcox, and published by the UF Department of School of Forest Resources and Conservation, May 2011.
Today, more than 50 million Americans put out a billion pounds of bird food each year. Bird feeders can be used to supplement the food provided by native plantings. They also provide a way to observe birds at close range. This 8-page fact sheet suggests useful guidelines for selecting feeders, food, feeder location, cleaning feeders, and managing for cats and squirrels. Written by Emma V. Willcox, Mark E. Hostetler, Martin B. Main, and Maena Voigt, and published by the UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, April 2011.
WEC299, a 4-page fact sheet by William Giuliano and Emma Willcox, Describes the department’s extension programs and provides a directory of extension faculty. Published by the UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, November 2010. http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/uw344
WEC268, a 4-page illustrated fact sheet by Taryn A. Sudol, Emma V. Willcox, and William Giuliano, explains what isolated wetlands are, why they are important, and how they can be managed for amphibians. Published by UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, September 2009.
WEC-362, a 4-page illustrated fact sheet by Hannah H. Willingham, Emma V. Willcox, and William M. Giuliano, describes this brownish to tawny colored rodent that lives in fire-maintained upland habitats in Florida — identification, habitat, distribution, behavior, conservation status, and habitat management. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, September 2009.
WEC-243, an 11-page illustrated fact sheet by Emma Willcox and William Giuliano, provides information for those individuals wishing to learn how to identify these often beautiful and colorful birds. It also provides information on their natural history. Published by the UF Department of Wildlife Conservation and Ecology, May 2008.