bishop pine


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Noun1.bishop pine - two-needled or three-needled pinon mostly of northwestern California coastbishop pine - two-needled or three-needled pinon mostly of northwestern California coast
pinon, pinyon - any of several low-growing pines of western North America
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Tenders are invited for seeking a registered professional forester (rpf) to prepare and implement a restoration plan for the management of bishop pine forests.
Santa Cruz Island is the southernmost region for bishop pine forests and important nesting habitat for bald eagles, which were returned to the islands in 2002, following a 50-year local extinction due to DDT pesticides polluting the pelagic food web.
In addition to spectacular crops of wildflowers and Bishop pine trees, last year's fire that charred thousands of acres on Point Reyes sprouted a harvest of research projects.
The fire went through a significant portion of Bishop pine forest, which is very dependent on fire.
Extremely stunted forests on the fourth and fifth terraces are dominated by Bolander pine and pygmy cypress, more moderate pygmy-forest sites by bishop pine and Bolander pine.
The biggest Bishop pine of Mendocino County, California, lost 90 points when it was correctly measured above a fork under 4 1/2 feet but is still the king.
Prominent on his list was Sauder's Cottage Home computer armoire in Bishop pine finish with a folding office chair that fits inside the armoire.
About 90 miles north of San Francisco, the park's 6,000 acres take in both an astonishing coastline and uplands with coast redwood and bishop pine forests.
Sauder enjoyed heavy interest in its Bishop Pine finish, a rustic, hammered look found on its Cottage Home collection.
One plant of particular concern is the Bishop pine, a species that relies on fire to coax its cones to open and release seeds in abundance.