The tender branches or twigs of trees and shrubs, fit for the food of cattle and other animals; green food.
To eat or nibble off, as the tender branches of trees, shrubs, etc.; -- said of cattle, sheep, deer, and some other animals.
To feed on, as pasture; to pasture on; to graze.
To feed on the tender branches or shoots of shrubs or trees, as do cattle, sheep, and deer.
To pasture; to feed; to nibble; to graze.
parts of woody plants, including twigs, shoots, and leaves.
Small bushes, sprouts, herbaceous plants, small trees, etc., that wildlife feed on.
(1)That part of the current leaf and twig growth of potentially palatable shrubs, woody vines, and trees available for animal consumption. It includes leaves. Bark of some trees is included. Fallen leaves of some species are eaten and represent an undecided element of the definition. (2)The acts of consuming such growth.
Leaves, small twigs and shoots of shrubs, seedling and sapling trees, and vines available for forage for livestock and wildlife.
Leaf and twig growth of shrubs, woody vines, trees, cacti, and other non-herbaceous vegetation available for animal consumption.(v) To browse. The consumption of browse in situ by animals.
Leaves, buds and twigs of shrubs and trees which are eaten by wildlife (especially deer).
shrubs, trees and herbs that provide food for wildlife.
twigs and leaves eaten by browsing animals such as deer and elk.
(forestry, wildlife science) Leaves, buds, and woody stems used as food by deer and other animals.
the act of feeding by continual nibbling
feed as in a meadow or pasture; "the herd was grazing"
eat lightly, try different dishes; "There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing"
The name for plants that deer, rabbits, beavers, or other mammals munch on. Browse is usually small plants, very young trees, or leaves and twigs on larger trees.
To eat twigs and leaves of woody plants. Examples of browsers are deer, elk and moose. Browsers may eat grass and other softer growth when it's available, turning to leaves and twigs in winter.
food eaten by a browser, tree leaves, twigs and branches
Broad-leafed woody plant, shrub or bush.
v. To eat twigs and leaves of wood...
twigs, shoots, and leaves of woody plants used as food by woodland mammals such as deer, moose and snowshoe hare.
The woody twigs and branches favored by deer and moose as food, especially in winter. A browse line can often be seen on lakeshore cedars ( Thuja occidentalis) where the deer have browsed as high as they could reach on each successive tree.
small bushes, twigs, sprouts, herbaceous plants, small trees, and other vegetation fed on by wildlife
brush or woody plants that can be eaten, i.e. sapling trees, wild raspberries, wild roses etc.
(n) That part of a leaf and twig growth of shrubs, woody vines, and trees available for animal consumption. (v) Act of consuming browse.
Small, woody plants with fedder shoots used as feed by goats, sheep, and cattle.
portions of woody plants including twigs, shoots, and leaves used as food by such animals as deer.
tp feed on tender shoots, twigs or leaves of trees
A general term used to describe woody vegetation consumed by deer, elk, or cattle as feed; to eat the twigs and leaves of woody plants.
to feed on young shoots, twigs , leaves and buds of shrubs and trees.
Broad-leafed woody plant, shrub or brush.
Leaves, young shoots, and other vegetation that serve as food for animals; the act of eating such food.
Herbaceous Riparian Zone
Tender shoots, twigs, and leaves of trees and shrubs used by animals for food.
Twigs, leaves and young shoots of trees and shrubs that animals eat. Browse is often used to refer to the shrubs eaten by big game, such as elk and deer. ( FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
A general term, commonly used in wildlife management to signify brushy plants utilized as feed by deer, elk, or cattle.