I am starting to shift paddocks enclosed by electrified poultry netting from a prairie pasture to a wooded pasture. New location is dominated by small trees, most less than 12 feet tall, and larger shrubs pushing 5 feet. Plant based forages clearly are going to be inferior but that may be more than compensated for by increased abundance of insect forages. Whip-poor-wills and poor-wills favor such areas big time and now I see why. Larger moths and beetles are incredibly abundant. Birds will consume most by middle of day and the insects will be replenished each night as insects resume moving about. Area will also be better against heat stress.