Time to set the record straight on terminology. Some of the most common phrases in the world of wildlife often get used incorrectly and then rarely implemented appropriately. The term bedding thicket and sanctuary are NOT interchangeable.
Sanctuaries are often large vast areas that receive little to no human intrusion. The lack of human intrusion then begins the assumption that the area is secure and holding deer. A secure area doesn't necessarily hold deer, but an area that offers secure cover does! That is the main difference between a sanctuary and a bedding thicket. The presence of actual deer cover is critical to see wildlife actually respond to it positively.
You will certainly want to join us on this podcast as we break down the important differences between these key terms in property layout. Enjoy. Learn. Share! #ForLoveoftheLand
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