Frontier was designed for the transitional woodlands of eastern Canada, the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Forest which borders the Boreal Forest to the north and the Carolinian Forest to the south.
Frontier is effective against most game species that are encountered in its habitat. That includes bears, deer, moose, turkeys, and predators. It has not been trialed against waterfowl.
Frontier is composed of common Great Lakes species, such as Red Oak, Bur Oak, Red Pine, White Pine, Apple, Hard and Soft Maples, Eastern White-Cedar, Black Willow, White Birch, Canada Plum, and White Ash.