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Colorado Partners in Flight
(Delphinium spp.) pinyon pine (Pinus edulis) plains cottonwood (Populus deltoidea) ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) prairie sand-reed ( ... pinyon needle) miner (Coleotechnites edulicola) Mormon cricket (Anabrus simplex) mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) oak lace bug (Corythucha arcuata) pine needle scale (Chionaspis pinifoliae) pinyon ips beetle (Ips confusus) pinyon ...
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About Forests Forever
North Coast to the juniper/pinyon pine forests of the Southern California desert. A chief source of our drinking water, wildlife and ...
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NMPIF Forests 1
Warbler, Hepatic Tanager, House Finch prefers open pinyon-juniper forest, often with interspersed ponderosa may be found in fairly closed canopy pinyon pine woodlands with little juniper in the Sacramento Mountains ( ... crop to crop, as pine nut production is sporadic pine seed availability is the primary factor in breeding site selection nests in dense, mature stands of pinyon-juniper up to 8mi ( ...
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NMPIF Forests 3
Ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) is the dominant tree in this forest. It may share dominance with pinyon pine (P. edulis) and gambel (Quercus gambelii), ... , Broad-tailed Hummingbird, Acorn Woodpecker, Dusky Flycatcher, Hepatic Tanager, Spotted Towhee ponderosa pine forest, pinyon-juniper woodlands, or riparian thickets, occasionally Douglas-fir forests: always open with well ...
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Plant Communities of the Mono Basin
Geoffrey McQuilkin So much sage Sweet-smelling forest Ribbons of life Pinyon pine jungle SO MUCH SAGE No matter where you wander in the Mono Basin you will ... and water-loving plants along the Lee Vining Creek Trail. PINYON PINE JUNGLE At scattered locations around the Mono Basin dense stands of pinyon pine thrive. These single-needle pines provide a steady supply ...
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Kutzadika'a People
Kutzadika’a of an important seasonal food source in the form of pinyon nuts. Both towns heavily cut the surrounding pinyon pine forests in the Bodie Hills, the primary source of pinyon nuts for the Kutzadika’a people. ...
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NABA Biennial Meeting
Giant Sequoia groves, grasslands and pastures, Joshua tree woodland, marshes, mixed conifer and fir forest, pinyon pine and juniper woodland, and riparian woodland made up variously of alders, ashes, cottonwoods, sycamores, and ...
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Wind Plants of California's Tehachapi Pass
At higher elevations, the pinyon pine grades into Jeffrey and ponderosa pines. Ten miles west ...
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Ponderosa Pine Forests of the Colorado Plateau
Tundra Subalpine Conifer Forest Quaking Aspen Forest Mixed Conifer Forest Ponderosa Pine Forest Montane Chaparral/Scrub Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Mountain Grasslands Semi-arid Grasslands Mountain Wetlands Riparian Areas ... , Y. B. 1998. Disturbance and climatic influences on age structure of ponderosa pine at the pine/grassland ecotone, Colorado Front Range. Journal of Biogeography 25: 743-755. Moir, ...
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Ponderosa Pine Fire Ecology on the Colorado Plateau
Alpine Tundra Subalpine Conifer Forest Quaking Aspen Forest Mixed Conifer Forest Ponderosa Pine Forest Montane Chaparral/Scrub Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Mountain Grasslands Semi-arid Grasslands Mountain Wetlands Riparian Areas ... -248. Moir, W.H. and Dieterich, J.H. 1988. Old-growth ponderosa pine from succession on pine-bunchgrass habitat types in Arizona and New Mexico. Natural Areas Journal 8: ...
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