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It’s easy to go through life with what our third-grade teacher taught us about trees. What we ‘half remember’ is enough for us to happily relegate trees to
JEFF REYNOLDS (on the 26th.) ****************************** Today is Garbage Day! It's 44 degrees and dry at 5:00 a.m. The TWCNY morning Weather Forecast: "Mainly Dry/Chilly and Breezy, Quiet Finish to Week With the coastal low still sitting to our East, we are influenced with extra clouds at times as well as the risk for spotty showers. For the most part though, many areas remain dry with chilly and breezy conditions. Highs in the low 50s for this afternoon. Tonight clouds will decrease and…
Kyle Cronin saved to Nature
Identify trees by the color and surface of their barks! Learn how to do a tree bark rubbing and download a free poster with matching game!
Gabriel Davis saved to Bushcraft
“Make sure you are barking up the right tree (sorry) with this cool bark ID guide by @squinancywort1”
Mary Lindblom saved to school
“Great charts for tree recognition-especially for those of us whose memory is somewhat lacking at times 🤦♀️ @GdnMediaGuild #trees #charts #leaf #buds #horticulture #tree #grow #leaves #gardening #garden”
Carryl Feeny saved to Education
Please use Google Lens for plants and any other kind of object recognition. It is important!
Lindsey Huntsman saved to Conservation
There are hundreds of conifer species! Learn how to properly identify conifer trees, including pine, fir, spruce, hemlock, juniper, cedars, and more.
Whether you're taking a walk in the park or simply admiring your neighbor's landscape, it's nice to be able to identify different tree species. Who knows? You might want to plant a few of them in your own yard. If you're ready for some fun sleuth work, here's what to look for.
Jonne Messer saved to Clubhouse