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What is the role of wildlife-friendly forestry practices in habitat conservation?

    Wildlife-friendly forestry practices play a crucial role in habitat conservation by promoting sustainable management of forest ecosystems. These practices focus on minimizing the impact on wildlife habitats during logging and promoting biodiversity. For example, maintaining buffer zones around sensitive habitats, adopting selective logging techniques, and preserving old-growth trees are essential components of wildlife-friendly forestry. By integrating these practices, forestry can support the health of ecosystems, protect endangered species, and contribute to the overall resilience of forested landscapes. The commitment to wildlife-friendly forestry reflects a holistic approach to conservation, recognizing the interconnectedness of forest ecosystems and the diverse species they support.


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