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Welcome! Thanks for reading our blog and taking the time to look at the new Wildlife Engineering website; we sincerely appreciate it.

Since this is our very first post, I thought it might be good to explain a little bit about what you can expect to read from us here in the coming weeks, months and years to come.

As you may know already, we are an environmental engineering firm that provides a range of services for the responsible management of public and private lands.

Because we’ve been doing this with great success for some time, the purpose of this blog will be to share some of the experiences and situations we encounter while managing upland forests and wildlife objectives for our clients.

We’ve run into the full spectrum of situations in our many years of experience in wildlife management and have seen results of bad and good advise from all perspectives.

By sharing some of what we’ve encountered here, our hope is to educate others on what can limit or enhance the results of improving one’s property and its wildlife value.

Check back often or subscribe; find us on Facebook if you haven’t already, there is always something to talk about as we work with private property owners and government resource managers throughout the Midwest.

Thanks again for reading, and we look forward to helping you make the right calls to meet your wildlife objectives.

– Josh Britton, President at Wildlife Engineering.

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PO Box 3634
LaCrosse, WI 54602

Phone: 1-877-781-8770

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