Mounding and Wetland Recovery Techniques
Watershed and flooded forest and grass covered land provide a natural condition which is best supports of many wild animals and birds. The birds find wet soils with vegetative cover, a very conducive habitat to lay their eggs, multiply and enjoy their life as they interact with nature. However most of the natural habits are facing threats of extinction and the results are disastrous to the continued existence of the waterfowls. As a result, the lives of many wildlife animals in under threat. Mostly it is due to drought and activities of man. For that reason, there is need for a deliberate effort to conserve and restore the important ecosystem.
There are key ways in which the dream can be realized.
Supporting and coming up with ways of enhancing vegetative cover is one of the best ways leading to successful conservation of wetlands. Ducks for example like building their nests in densely grass covered lands around wet areas. In grass land, most animals find security, besides the fact that some find their food in such environments. After hatching, the hen together with its chicks migrate to the nearby wetland for further security and better life away from dangerous animals. Therefore by conserving the grassland, you as a result enhance the lifespan and population of the important birds.
Additionally, you can conserve wetlands through transplantation of forest. The lives of endangered animal species can be made safe and longer with the essential input of conserving flooded forests put into action. Additional, above every other benefit, the animals and birds of the game five a conducive environment for better life in the flooded lands than any other place. The life of the wildlife is greatly affected through a complex web of activities. Reforestation has proven a dependable way of reclaiming the wetlands.
Wetlands can be successfully protected and restored by restoring the surrounding environments also. The conditions of the watersheds have a bearing to the nature of ecosystem to be created. The life of the wildlife is put in a great danger if the ecosystem is altered as a result of contamination of the catchment areas. Therefore there is need to prevent degradation of watershed by protecting stream corridors and building buffer strips to prevent silting.
Importantly also, more land can be created to support the life of game birds and animals. The land can be further made usable and livable by animals of the wilds.
Wetland mounding and restoration efforts can guarantee a successful reclamation of wetlands, which are suitable for the survival of waterfowls and other animals.