The best friend on earth of man is the tree: when we use the tree respectfully and economically we have one of the greatest resources of the earth.
We are fortunate to live in a part of the world that is next to one of the largest intact temperate-zone ecosystems on Earth in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Part of having developed in this ecosystem equates into having wildlife roaming through our backyards as they forage for food and habitat.
Protect your investment with animal fencing and repellent
While it can be great to see wildlife up close in your yard, no one wants to see their investment destroyed or damaged. The bark of aspen trees can provide essential nutrients for browsing ungulates in the dead of winter when other food sources are scarce. Aspens are actually quite resilient for their ability to withstand bark damage, but they will produce scarring and will lose the beautiful clean white bark that many people prefer.
Fungus and Disease
While aspens are fairly capable of recovering from bark damage, they along with many other trees and shrubs become more susceptible to fungal diseases and parasites that will can take advantage of your damaged plants and exposed wounds, especially in an urban (developed) environment.
To protect your landscape and keep it looking its best, TLC offers a variety of animal fencing options and even natural animal repellents.
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- Most durable
- Most aesthetically pleasing
- Least visually obtrusive
Protecting the Animals as Well
Discouraging wild animals from hanging out in the built environment is also in their benefit as well as they will be less likely to involved in a wildlife/vehicle collision and decrease the chance for domesticated and wild animal encounters.