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Plenty of plants and vine species are completely harmless to humans, and good for the environment in general. Other species are less friendly, as brushing up against some plants results in a painful or itchy rash.

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Bats are predators of the night and help maintain a balanced woodland ecosystem.

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Woodland owners often consider whether enough resources are available to keep migrating deer properly fed.

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Bats are often stigmatized as being dirty while considered by many to be pests.

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White pines across Maine are being affected by several pathogenic fungi.

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One of the best parts of owning a piece of forestland is waking up to the sound of songbirds in the area. No walk through the timber is complete without those melodies.

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One of a forest property owner’s greatest dangers is a forest fire. Blazes can quickly consume large amounts of property, including homes built within timber areas.

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In 2002, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive species that feeds on ash trees, was found in Michigan. Since then, it has spread throughout much of the United States and into Canada.

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has determined that more people are killed or seriously injured while felling trees than any other aspect of logging.

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While Maine has historically experienced low levels of invasive plants, ornamental and landscape planting is causing a rapid increase in invasive plant issues.

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