Managing Sierra Nevada Forests

  title={Managing Sierra Nevada Forests},
  author={Elisabeth Knapp and Michael North and M. Benech and B. Estes},
The photos in this appendix may help identify some of the unique branching formations or bole characteristics in trees that can make a tree particularly valuable for wildlife, either for nesting, roosting, and use as hunting perches, or other uses. We have organized these following Bull et al.’s (1997)3 focus on five conditions: live trees with decay, hollows or brooms, snags, and logs. We’ve also included in these photos examples of understory areas with vertical diversity and hiding cover… CONTINUE READING
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