I have been hunting a small parcel in NWO for 10 or 11 seasons now. It’s not a big chunk, but it’s the right chunk. Over the past 5 or more seasons this invasive plant “Amur Honeysuckle” has seriously taken this section over as well as the neighboring lots. Beyond the invasive plant, there’s a mixture of a few mature oaks, cherry trees, maples and a few white pines. It seems to offer a decent screen for entry and exit, but otherwise all it is doing is blocking sunlight for native plants. Does anyone know if this plant provides anything else for whitetails or other animals? From the little research I’ve done on it, it doesn’t sound like it has any positives. I would like to cut and kill a lot of it if it serves no positive purpose other than a screen upon entry. I’ve attached a photo from my stand, and this isn’t even the worst section of the lot. Everything that is green and leafy is said invasive plant.