was the most common shrub in pinyon-juniper and oak-mountain mahogany
habitats, comprising 4.
The jay then flew into the mountain mahogany
and vigorously worked with its bill to break off a twig from a dead branch.
There are no trails in Bridge Creek Wilderness, where the steep terrain is covered with a mixture of lodgepole pine, white fir and mountain mahogany
Consider planting one of these drought to lerant trees: American plum (Prunus americana), bristlecone pine, burr oak (Quercus macrocarpa), cockspur thorn (Crataegus crus-galli), curl-leaf mountain mahogany
(Cercocarpus ledifolius), Gambell oak, common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis), pinon pine, ponderosa pine (Montana's state tree), and upright junipers.
Western yew -- Taxus brevifolia -- is also called Pacific yew and mountain mahogany
The semi-desert land is home to pinyon pines and Utah junipers, ravens and jays, desert bighorns and coyotes, canyon wrens and collared lizards, mountain mahogany
and mountain lions.
Now they were walking slowly into rough breaks dotted with cedars, yuccas, and mountain mahogany