Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of woodlot.

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Examples

  • By connecting hedgerows, brushy fence rows and ditch banks to areas such as woodlots and grasslands, landowners can create a network of habitats, making the land more attractive to birds and other wildlife.

    High Plains Journal

  • The Green Party of B.C. platform also calls for the government to "promote smaller scale forest tenures such as woodlots and community forests, promote selective logging and investment in value-added wood industries."

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • When I am hunting woodlots, I use 3 inch mags in #4 shot for a browning ...

    What size shot is best for turkeys?

  • I know several wind-swept woodlots that are chickless all winter, but are freely used at all other seasons.

    Bird Cloud

  • They should also develop and promote environmental protection and conservation activities, such as planting woodlots and undertaking reforestation programs in tandem with local governments and environmental authorities.

    Erin Patrick: When War Stops, the Impact on the Environment Lives On

  • When I am hunting woodlots, I use 3 inch mags in #4 shot for a browning ...

    What size shot is best for turkeys?

  • I know several wind-swept woodlots that are chickless all winter, but are freely used at all other seasons.

    Bird Cloud

  • I know several wind-swept woodlots that are chickless all winter, but are freely used at all other seasons.

    Bird Cloud

  • I know several wind-swept woodlots that are chickless all winter, but are freely used at all other seasons.

    Bird Cloud

  • In Montana, a hunter wouldn't think of elk hunting without a survival kit, but are conditions in Eastern woodlots that different?

    Back-Forty Survival

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