2926 Powderhouse Rd, Corning, NY 14830

(607) 936-2482

Woodland Investment Services

Craig R. Brown, Consulting Forester

Wildlife & Recreation


Wildlife Habitat

A timber harvest often improves the wildlife habitat on a  piece of property.  Harvesting timber allows sunlight to penetrate down  to the forest floor, which causes seeds of all kinds to sprout and  begin growing.  This new growth provides an important food source for  all types of wildlife including deer, turkeys, bears, squirrels, and a  wide variety of birds.


Recreational Activities

The trail systems that are created during a  timber harvest improve the landowner’s access throughout the property.   These trails can be used for all kinds of recreational activities  including hiking, biking, bird watching, cross-country skiing,  four-wheeling, and hunting.