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Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona

Virgil Scott

Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona

by Virgil Scott

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Published by Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Fort Collins, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bird populations -- Arizona.,
  • Logging -- Arizona.,
  • Birds -- Arizona -- Effect of logging on.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVirgil E. Scott and Gerald J. Gottfried.
    SeriesResearch paper RM -- 245.
    ContributionsGottfried, Gerald J., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17666264M

    eight in ponderosa pine forests and by a factor of 11 in mixed-conifer forests ( Kaibab National Forest Timber Atlas, J. Ellenwood, pers. comm.). In , due to concerns for the Northern Goshawk population on the Plateau, the focus of management shifted from. John F. Lehmkuhl. US Forest Service Silviculture and monitoring guidelines for integrating restoration of dry mixed-conifer forest and spotted owl habitat management in the eastern Cascade.

    BIRDS AND CHANGING LANDSCAPE PATTERNS IN CONIFER FORESTS OF THE NORTH-CENTRAL ROCKY MOUNTAINS SALLIE scapes would be negatively affected by landscape heterogeneity created by timber harvest openings; (2) bird species specialized for forest types that were once prevalent but are now uncommon may be The response of avian species to this. INTRODUCTION Timber management research in the mixed conifer forests of eastern Oregon and Washington has been under way for only about 10 years. During this period the results of studies on the silvics and silviculture of mixed conifer forests have been reported in a number of publications. This paper summarizes theFile Size: 1MB.

    Ever wondered if timber harvesting is good for birds? Interested in understanding how trees are harvested and taken out of the forest? Join Audubon Vermont, the Vermont Land Trust, the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, and the Town of Stowe on a tour of an active timber harvest to get answers to these questions and more. of banded birds, we will most likely not know when owls contract the disease or the extent of its impact to MSO range-wide. Currently, high-intensity, stand-replacing fires are influencing ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forest types in Arizona and New Mexico. Uncharacteristic, severe, .


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Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. This banner text can have markup. Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona. Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource.

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Topics: Arizona, Bird populations, Cited by: 9. Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona / By Virgil E. Scott, Gerald J. Gottfried and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins Abstract. Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona / View Metadata By: Scott, Virgil E.

- Gottfried, Gerald J. - Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.). Bibliography: p. Bird population changes after timber harvesting of a mixed conifer forest in ArizonaPages: (). State-of-the-art timber harvest in an Arizona mixed conifer forest has minimal effect on overland flow and erosion.

Hydrological Sciences Journal: Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. Cited by: Equations are available for predicting forage production in mixed-conifer forests [22,48].

Patch clearcuts removed about 30 percent of the total basal area in an uneven- aged virgin Arizona mixed-conifer forest, which did not adversely affect the nesting or feeding of birds. This method reduced southwestern white pine basal area by 47 percent on northern aspects and by 13 percent on southern.

Arizona Mountains forests The Arizona Mountain Forest extends from the Kaibab Plateau in northern Arizona to south of the Mogollon Plateau into portions of southwestern Mexico and eastern Arizona. This area consists mainly of steep foothills and mountains, but includes some deeply dissected high plateaus (Bailey ).

region. Mixed conifer forests contain: water, timber, for-age, recreation opportunities (camping, hunting, picnick-ing, hiking, and site-seeing), and habitats for a variety of big and small game animals, rodents, and game and non-game birds. Annual precipitation in high elevation mixed conifer forests (above 9, ft) ranges from 30 to 45 Author: Peter F.

Ffolliott. There’s more to Arizona than the southeast, of course, including Grand Canyon National Park, the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, the White Mountains in the east, and wildlife refuges along the Colorado River to the west.

Overall, Arizona’s species list of around is the highest of any state without an ocean coastline. The Arizona Important Bird Areas Program is a collaborative partnership that works to protect critical bird habitat.

This year, the program added four new additions: Patagonia Mountains, Tucson Mountains, Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, and the Tucson Sky Island Region. The Arizona tiger salamander and the Great Plains toad are more rare and are seldom seen. Birds Of the approximately 90 bird species that breed in the coniferous forests, 51 are summer residents and at least 15 of these are known to be neotropical migrants.

Rainforest Birds: A Land Manager’s Guide to Breeding Bird Habitat in Young Conifer Forests in the Pacific Northwest Scientific Investigations Report U.S.

Department of the Interior U.S. Geological SurveyCited by: 5. Pacific Northwest is the Mixed-conifer forests. Discuss mixed conifer forests and their conservation issues (described in the background information).

Explain how assessing the bird species in a forest is a good way to monitor a forest, especially over time. Investigate 1. Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona by Virgil Scott 3 editions - first published in the mixed-conifer forests of the Pinalen˜o Moun-tains (H.

Grissino-Mayer et al., in litt.); however, suppression of fire has altered this regime and heightened the threat of catastroph-ic fire (United States Forest Service, in litt.). Red squirrels in this area may be able to. Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want Short stories, Short story 'Bird response to timber harvest in a mixed conifer forest in Arizona.sity values in a virgin mixed-coniferous forest and in a recently harvested forest.

In the logged portion of the study area most of the trees forming the forest canopy were removed. We wanted to determine whether selective harvesting retained avian diversity and to assess how birds were affected by logging.Wagoner, Jay J.Early Arizona: prehistory to Civil War / Jay J.

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