Birds of the Kanab area and adjacent high plateaus of Southern Utah

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Publication Type journal article
Creator Behle, William H.; Bushman, John B.; Greenhalgh, Clifton M.
Title Birds of the Kanab area and adjacent high plateaus of Southern Utah
Date 1958-10-01
Description The gateway to central southern Utah is the town of Kanab, located in Kane County just a few miles north of the Utah-Arizona line. At an elevation of 4973 feet it nestles in an indenture in the Vermillion Cliffs where Kanab Canyon emerges. North of these Vermillion Cliffs, rising like two additional great steps, are the White Cliffs and the Pink Cliffs. These lead to two tablelands, the Paunsagunt Plateau of the Bryce Canyon National Park area with its highest point 9105 feet, and to the west, the Markagunt Plateau of the Zion National Park-Cedar Breaks National Monument area. The latter in its higher northern portion is referred to locally as either Cedar Mountain or the Parowan Mountains.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Volume 11
Issue 7
First Page 1
Last Page 92
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Behle, W. H., Bushman, J. B., & Greenhalgh, C. M. (1958). Birds of the Kanab area and adjacent high plateaus of Southern Utah. Bulletin of the University of Utah, 11(7), 1-92.
Relation is Part of Biological Series. Vol. XI (1948-58). Bulletin of the University of Utah. University of Utah Marriott Library QH301 U8 v.11 no.1-7.
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