was the most abundant species of browse in oak-mountain mahogany
and pinyon-juniper habitats (Table 3) and is a valuable species of browse for mule deer, with high nutrient content and palatability (Boeker et al.
The absence of any prairie wind made it possible to hear the sounds of leaves and twigs being plucked off mountain mahogany
bushes just ahead.
I selected an ambush site behind a mountain mahogany
For colored bark or twigs, try beauty bush, corkscrew willow, mountain mahogany
, Mormon tea, and redtwig and yellowtwig dogwood.
Just under an acre in size, the nursery - called Gaspar's - offers trees, shrubs and flowering plants, including white sage, California poppies, desert willow, two varieties of manzanita, mountain mahogany
, three species of California oak, three or four species of wild buckwheat, and incense cedar.
Western yew also goes by the name mountain mahogany
When I have to belly-crawl through sage brush or climb through thick stands of mountain mahogany
there's only one place I can carry my arrows without them making my life miserable, and that's on my bow.
Beyond the point, 10 miles of trails skitter through the park's desertscape of sage, rabbitbrush, mountain mahogany
, Utah juniper, and pinon, revealing vertigo-inducing views into deep-throated canyons.
Look for gnarled mountain mahogany
, brightly hued thistle, a variety of birds and lizards and the antlered deer that bounded up the trail before us .