Multiple use aspects of longleaf pine
Document Type: Conference Paper
Author(s): N. A. Byrd
Editor(s): W. E. Balmer
Publication Year: 1979

Cataloging Information

  • burning intervals
  • cavity nesting birds
  • Colinus virginianus
  • forest management
  • game birds
  • grazing
  • habitat suitability
  • hunting
  • livestock
  • longleaf pine
  • mammals
  • multiple resource management
  • nongame birds
  • Odocoileus virginianus
  • Picoides borealis
  • pine forests
  • Pinus palustris
  • range management
  • recreation
  • Sciurus niger
  • season of fire
  • soil erosion
  • species diversity (animals)
  • threatened and endangered species (animals)
  • wildlife
  • wildlife food habits
  • wildlife habitat management
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Record Last Modified: June 1, 2018
FRAMES Record Number: 37448
Tall Timbers Record Number: 11918
TTRS Location Status: In-file
TTRS Call Number: A13.40/12:SA-TP3
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Longleaf pine types offer unique opportunities for multiple use management. The ease with which it can be safely prescribed burned at almost all ages, its attractive appearance, and associated plant and animal communities are some of the factors which make longleaf pine types desirable for wildlife habitat, range, and recreation management and use

Byrd, N. A. 1979. Multiple use aspects of longleaf pine, in Balmer, W. E., Longleaf Pine Workshop, Proceedings. Mobile, AL. USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Area, State and Private Forestry,Mobile, AL (?). p. 76-81,Technical Publication, SA-TP3.