Grosbeak Damage to Scotch Pine
Abstract:This article adds the pine grosbeak to the already lengthy list of enemies of Scotch pine. The injury caused by the bird is described, with the suggestion that it may prove sufficiently serious to deserve consideration in deciding on the advisability of planting Scotch pine in the Adirondacks.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Superintendent of Forest Investigations, New York State Conservation Department, Albany, N. Y.
Publication date: April 1, 1945
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