Plate 691X. Iron Peg 1962 – 2004 The Iron Peg, Parker Three-Step study site is composed of four transects and associated pellet group plots. Transects one and two are located outside the Iron Peg exclosure, while transect three is located inside the total exclusion part of the exclosure and transect four is located inside the part of the exclosure where wildlife, mostly mule deer, have access, but cattle do not. Iron Peg is about one-half mile north of Pinto Peak. Plate 691x is viewed southwest at the start of transect two. Woody vegetation has increased, including pinyon, juniper, bitterbrush, squaw apple, birchleaf mountain mahogany, and mountain big sage. The area is grazed by cattle and is important mule deer habitat.
U.S. Forest Service photograph (unnumbered) taken by Ivan Thornton on November 14, 1962; retake by Darrell McMahon on June 13, 2004 - - Photo No. DM-20-36. Original photographs, negatives, and narrative reports held in the range files on the St. George Ranger District, Dixie National Forest, St. George, UT.
Mountain Brush, Pinyon, Juniper, Sagebrush
South West: Section 36, Range 15 West, Township 37 South; UTM 280875 E, 4156651 N; elevation 6,795 ft.