brushland

brushland

(ˈbrʌʃˌlænd)
n
(Physical Geography) an area of land characterized by patchy shrubs and bushes
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In that article we featured how he developed a four-hectare cogonal brushland that he bought with a borrowed P500 in 1932.
But for decades, it remained mostly useless brushland where grass was sometimes too sparse even to graze cattle in the dry heat of West Texas.
Years ago, the government built the border fence across his family's land near San Benito, severing easy access to a strip of brushland by the Rio Grande where the family used to gather for big occasions, like Easter.
Zakynthos Mayor Pavlos Kolokostas said that around 1,000 hectares of forestland and brushland had been destroyed by the fires.
This might lead to further loss of native grasslands and brushland by colonization of the invasive Chinese tallow plants (Conway et al.
Forests and brushland in Siberia burn every year, particularly in the
Anthropological studies suggest the area was originally brushland and the settlers forested the area themselves.
Specifically, we have been restoring the talmulipan brushland, a dense mixture of trees and shrubs that serves as home for a number of wildlife species, including the endangered ocelot.
You're super-gross but you're super-awesome," Izzi Brushland, an eighth-grader at the Arts and Technology Academy said as she examined a house fly.