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mesquite

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Deciduous mesquite trees lost their leaves in winter but were still identifiable as one of the three mesquite perch categories based on presence or absence of buds and living stems; we used the same criteria for assigning perch categories in summer and winter.
At one time mesquite trees were cut back, but this cutting encouraged growth tenfold.
Two desert plants, the velvet mesquite tree and the soaptree yucca, were the most useful to the Mimbres and grow in abundance on the local range.
The terrain consisted of barren flats with dried-up brittle brush, foot-tall weeds that haven't seen rain in months, enormous saguaros, a few Palo Verde trees, mesquite trees, and washes that run throughout.
During pioneer times, early Texas settlers made good use of the mesquite trees for a variety of things, from building homes to making the hubs and spokes of wagon wheels.
As he sent a carbon shaft cleanly through the javelina, I quickly nocked another arrow just as a hog popped out from behind a small mesquite tree less than 10 yards away.
At the north end, a small service block wraps around a walled garden courtyard to enclose the largest Mesquite tree.
While smaller pigs fed directly in front of the blind, I could catch only glimpses of the boar behind mesquite tree trunks, downwind of my blind, growling his dislike at what he smelled.
A ground blind built out of broom weed, dead mesquite limbs and a small length of camo netting under the sweeping branches of a lone mesquite tree makes a perfect ambush spot near the fence crossing.
Only 10 minutes from downtown San Antonio's world famous Riverwalk, The Republic Golf Club is situated along scenic Salado Creek among glorious oak, elm and mesquite trees.
He gave directives, when he launched Saudi investors' poultry projects, harvesting of sunflower and corn, fish farming ponds and greenhouses at Sondus project, to the Khartoum state government to develop a comprehensive vision for achieving these goals through cultivation of all project areas, which exceeds 100, 000 acres, praising investors and the effective productive partnerships, announcing government support to the campaign on removing the mesquite trees by 2billion Sudanese pounds.
Outside the village, another mile or so down a winding washboard of a dirt road, hidden by dusty mesquite trees and clumps of thornbushes, I arrive in the late afternoon at a Benedictine monastery named, appropriately, La Soledad--the Solitude.