tall, dead trees that are left standing in the woods. References Burt and Grossenheider, 1976. A Field Guide to the Mammals, 3rd ed. Houghton Mifflin Company. Boston. Cahalane, Victor Harrison, 1954. Mammals of North America. MacMillan Company N.Y. pg 417-424. Jones, J. Knox, et al, 1983. Mammals of the Northern Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln, NE. Rue, Lenard Lee, 1967. Pictoral Guide to the Mammals of North America. Crowell. pg 87-91.
Standing dead trees.
dead, standing trees.
A standing dead tree, usually with no leaves, used as nesting or denning areas for wildlife.
tall, dead trees that are left standing in the woods. References Collins: Complete Field Guide to American Wildlife. Over, W. H., 1941. Mammals of South Dakota, Museum and Department of Zoology, USD, Vermillion, SD. Grzimek, H.C. Bernard, 1975. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol 12 (Mammals III). Van Nostrand and Reinhold Company New York. Jones, J. Knox, et al, 1983. Mammals of the Northern Great Plains. University of Nebraska Press. Lincoln, NE. Selected Resources for Teachers Wild Wild World of Animals, Rabbits and other small animals, published by Time-Life Films. Animals of the Prairie, Miller, W. And Larson, D. 1964 Published by the Record Printers, Grafton, ND.