New Publication on the Effects of Wildlife and Wildlife Habitat

Prescribed fire affects wildlife in various ways. Population
responses by species can be positive, negative, or neutral,
short-term or long-term, and they often vary across spatial
scales. Whereas prescribed fire can create or maintain
habitats for some species, it can also remove or alter
conditions in ways that render it unsuitable for other
species. Furthermore, a species may benefit from fire in
one situation but not another. Given the variations in fire
and in species responses, the only real generalization one
can make is that exceptions occur.

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