I arrived at the Station in late May, 1966 and began locating suitable study areas. By June 10, eight areas were found which seemed relatively homogeneous and which varied in age. All were located on hillsides facing north-northwest and each was a part of a larger aspen stand well away from other forest communities. The plots were all 900 feet on a side, about twenty acres. The stands were found between Moran on the north and Fall Creek in Teton County. Project Number 139.
"Study of Relations of Bird Populations to Structure in Aspen Stands,"
Jackson Hole Research Station Annual Report: Vol. 1966
, Article 9.
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