Dry Fork Of Butler Creek
Plate 1039X. Dry Fork of Butler Creek 1964 – 1986 – 2005 Viewed south to the stock pond on the Dry Fork of Butler Creek northeast of Panguitch Lake. The photopoint is marked with a steel fence post. Note the boulder on the right in all three photos. Conifers have increased, while aspen has declined. Juniper has also increased, as has mountain big sage. Grasses include needle and thread, Stipa spp., and Kentucky bluegrass. The area was actively being grazed by cattle in 2005.
U.S. Forest Service photographs (unnumbered) taken on September 16, 1964 and September 4, 1986; retake by Charles E. Kay on August 5, 2005 - - Photo No. 5518-22. Original photographs, negatives, and narrative reports held in the range files on the Cedar City Ranger District, Dixie National Forest, Cedar City, UT.
Conifer, Aspen, Juniper, Sagebrush
South West: Section 10, Range 7 West, Township 35 South; UTM 357300 E, 4182650 N; elevation 8,680 ft.