are/uncon r   lablet$   Ah   t play     importa   p    in plant     cessio
Wit  ne         the clases      su  essinthere     salway    ac   b   tio

of bare   round,   eds, gras       sh, an    imber. Cert in c   binati  
be opti     f   cer  in game    ecies. Wen     ese opti     conditlo 9 no
   ong , 
exist    r  eson of     ad        in    cessio    then the  nimal   favoring
them w     dwindle in n    ers or  o   into still   ptimum r     s. 
tilly            un erst        p   t success!!*  and metho    of con 
quir ed 
Co c,        l      varia   ,n imals,, \   uld be ..    ible\ 
i~atai4ven          ls, - oLded other fa %rs remain \nstet. 
The planting of food and cover is a rapid method in jumping over 
stages of plant succession. It should be possible by plantingito 
produce within a few years time weed, grass, shrub, and timber stages from

a barren piece of land. Where rapid restoration of wildlife habitats is 
essential to preerve a vanishing species or where more i*ver is desired for

some particular species this more expensive method is employed. In some cases

where the species maintains ample seed stock, but it is desirable to extend
range, then the slower method of natural succession is satisfactory and requires

only protection from unneeded set-backs; in other words protection from 
plowing, grazing stock, burning, or cutting. The extension of a range may
for setting back, here the ax, the plow, burning, and perhaps cattle are
until, the desirable stage is accomplished.