Rocky Mountain Maple

Description

Small deciduous tree, 5 to 25 ft. tall, often forming large thickets on mountain slopes and along streams from 4,500 to 10,000 feet elevation. Poor palatability to livestock but important to wildlife for both cover and forage.

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