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* Mortality in smaller trees (< 30-inch diameter) highest in white and red fir; for largest trees, highest in sugar pine.
On 23 July 2016, DMW observed White-headed Woodpeckers (adult males, females, and 1 immature bird) on 5 more occasions in stands of Red Fir, White Fir (Abies concolor), and Port Orford Cedar (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana) on the southern slope of Mt.
In this contribution, we provide basic information on populations of small mammals over 2 years in four major types of forest (white fir, red fir, mixed-fir, and pine-cedar) in the northern Sierra Nevada and relate these to production of cones by conifers as a measure of productivity.
According to the Western Wood Products Assn., the hem-fir group consists of western hemlock, California red fir (Abies magnifica), grand fir (Abies grondis), noble fir [Abies procera], pacific silver fir (Abies amabilis) and white fir (Abies concolor).
Red fir. Similar to noble fir, but with silvery gray needles.
The Kelsay Fire, sparked by lightning Sunday, is eating through mountain hemlock, lodgepole pine, Shasta red fir, white fir and grouse huckleberry in the Umpqua National Forest about three miles north of Lemolo Lake and 12 miles north of Diamond Lake.
The swamp had aspen and the higher ground had Douglas fir, red fir and pine.
California (High Sierra Ranger District, Sierra National Forest): The project will span 600 acres and will plant 128,500 seedlings, a mix of ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, sugar pine, white fir and red fir. This forest system is reliant on large, healthy forests to regulate the flow of water throughout the year, and this project will help to make a sizeable contribution to watershed restoration in the Sierra Nevada range.
He spotted both the world-record Jeffrey pine and a champion red fir there.
Board the Big Trees Tram Tour for a 7-mile roundtrip ride through forests of ponderosa and sugar pine, white and red fir. Return to the main road, and bear right to reach ...
Other names for this famous West Coast tree include: Douglas spruce, fir, yellow fir, red pine, red spruce, red fir, oregon pine, and Douglastree.
The other 22 national champions in the Cascades, Whites, and Sierra Nevada include the western juniper, western white pine, California red fir, ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, and California white fir, all members of the 500-Point Club.