The shagbark hickory
(Carya ovata) in Sodalis Woods that was initially located by consultants in 1996 was the main tree used throughout the study by up to 146 bats at one time.
Hickory, red hickory, white hickory, brown hickory, black hickory, pignut hickory, mockernut hickory, shellbark hickory, scalyback hickory, big shellbark hickory; bottom hickory, western hickory, thick shellbark hickory, shagbark hickory
, broom hickory
9 0/9 9/0 American elm (Ulmus americana) 7 0/7 7/0 Blak ash (Fraxinus nigra) 4 0/4 4/0 Red maple (Acer rubrum) 3 0/3 1/2 Shagbark hickory
(Carya ovata) 3 3/0 3/0 Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) 1 0/1 0/1 Slippery elm (Ulmus rubra) 1 0/1 0/1 Unidentified 1 0/1 1/0 Total 69 4/65 64/5 Diameter Species (cm) (1) at breast height Green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) 39 [+ or -] 1 (27) Silver maple (Acer saccharinum) 47 [+ or -] 11 (11) Unidentified maple (Acer sp.
Fern, [Pat Moore] 9 years-old, 12 trees), shagbark hickory
(Carya ovata (Mill.
Four primary roosts were in pin oaks, two were in American elms, and a single roost was in shagbark hickory
, cottonwood and silver maple.
Hardwood trees and shrubs that produce acotas--white oak, American hazel, shagbark hickory
and butternut--provide important fall and winter food for wild turkeys, pheasants, ruffed grouse and other species.
Most of the specimens were constructed of kiln-dried yellow-poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) because of its ready availability in all needed sizes and the ease with which the larger dowels could be machined with available equipment; however, limited numbers of specimens were constructed of white ash (Fraxinus americana), sugar maple (Acer saccharum), shagbark hickory
(Carya ovata), southern yellow pine (Pinus sp.
The towering shagbark hickory
trees and huge white oaks made this a squirrel Mecca.
The prominent "true" hickories include shagbark hickory
, shellbark hickory, pignut hickory and mockernut hickory.
Yet there is little public interest in another member of the juglandaceous family, the shagbark hickory
rupture), shagbark hickory
(Carya ovata), elm (Ulmus spp.
Brenda McCann of Rutland, who selected a cherry, said the tree give-away provided a few moments to think about something other than the white pines, oaks and shagbark hickory
on her property damaged in the December ice storm.