1 edition of A field guide to animal damage of Alberta"s native trees found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Sheila A. Rangen and Laurence D. Roy|
|Series||ARCV97-R1, ARCV97-R1, Publication (Alberta Research Council) -- ARCV97-R1.|
|Contributions||Roy, Laurence D., Alberta. Alberta Environmental Protection, Alberta Research Council|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Problems with wildlife crop damage; Animals causing damage to trees and seedling can be systematically identified using the detailed drawings and sketches in the book. The keys to animal injuries to trees include bark damage, stem, root and branch damage, and cone, bud and seed damage.
A field guide to animal damage of Alberta's native trees. ARCVR1 -- t.p. verso;Includes bibliographical references;2 15 28 33 48 LC Subject Heading(s): Forest protection.
Wildlife pests. Trees. Corporate author(s): Rangen, Sheila A. (Sheila Anne), ;Roy, Laurence D;Alberta. Alberta Environmental Protection;Alberta Research Council.
A field guide to animal damage of Alberta\u27s native trees / By Sheila A. (Sheila Anne) Rangen, Laurence D. Roy, Alberta Research Council. and Alberta. Alberta Environmental Protection. groups: coniferous trees and deciduous trees.
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