Often, terrain modifications are necessary to attract and maintain large populations of wildlife. These modifications can include tree and vegetative removal and redistributing the vegetative debris along fence lines, pathways or other populated or traveled areas to provide seclusion, separation and help secure a particular area.
Small clearings may be necessary to enhance viewing opportunities and for placing and maintaining feeders or other devices which attract wildlife. Small feeding ponds or other water sources need to be established in order to maintain a healthy population of game. Motor vehicle trails need to be cleared and properly groomed, allowing easy access to designated wildlife sites and to prevent anyone from getting lost or injured while traveling to and from locations. The challenge in properly executing these functions is to do so without disrupting the habits or habitats of the wildlife you are trying to attract. Llewellyn’s Construction is conscious of the delicate eco-balance that must be maintained to achieve a harmony of nature while optimizing the land for a specific use.