What do you look for in an aerial photo?

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Re: What do you look for in an aerial photo?

Unread postby Jonny » Tue Jun 23, 2020 10:51 am

ODH wrote:
Jonny wrote:To add to everybody else since it’s kind of repetitive, I also go look at logging prospectus reports. Nice to where they have logged, and what is going to be logged. Also nice to not invest time into an area when you know it’s going to get logged off within the next year.


Great idea what’s your source for logging info? I’ll search for the same in my states. Does that also show species?


Whoever owns the land puts it out for sale. I hunt mostly county forest so they put out their logging jobs for sale online for highest bidder, similar to how the state will put out bids monthly for road work, or other jobs like that.

I usually go to the governments website, and find the forestry department and usually it’s listed there. Where I hunt, they have info on firewood permits, land use regulations, reservations to camp on the forest, and logging info for the last like 10 years.

Otherwise just google whatever land you are hunting and add forest or logging


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