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February is a busy month for wildlife and you can do a lot to help critters you love. Here’s a timely tip from the University of Tennessee’s Department of Forestry, Wildlife, and Fisheries:

Erect boxes for wood ducks and bluebirds

- 1 box per 100 yards of shoreline is adequate for wood ducks

- clean out old wood duck boxes and replentish fresh wood shavings (about 4 – 6 inches)

- screech owls and squirrels may use the boxes through winter

- repair/install predator shields to guard against raccoons and snakes if necessary

- in Tennessee, wood ducks may begin searching for nest sites in February / March

- bluebird boxes should be no closer than 80 yards apart

- up to 9 or more bluebirds may roost in a single bluebird box on cold nights


Steve McCadams is a professional hunting and fishing guide here in the Paris Landing area. He has also contributed many outdoor oriented articles to various national publications.



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