Tennessee is blessed with an abundance of forest land which provides a diversity of wildlife habitat. These habitats are composed of numerous grasses, vines, herbs, shrubs and trees. Many species of wildlife depend on certain species or types of trees and shrubs. Wildlife use trees as a food source (fruit, bark, leaves), as winter cover, for nesting, as perches and other uses. In this publication, the authors describe management practices for Tennessee landowners to consider when managing their woodlots for wildlife and timber.