Hi Keith, welcome to NTS. If you’re interested in trees and forests, there’s plenty of information and expertise here. Feel free to post your experiences, photos, and/or questions as related to trees.
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- Mon Jan 04, 2021 4:06 pm
- Forum: Eastern United States, Canada, and Greenland
- Topic: IDing The patterns and colors of Old Growth on Google Earth
- Replies: 18
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Bee, One thing you may want to try, if you haven't already, is to check the settings in the "User Control Panel", which you can get to when you are logged on.. in the upper right corner, click the down-arrow next to your avatar and then "User Control Panel". There are settings for different kinds of...
- Sat Dec 26, 2020 9:20 pm
- Forum: Post Here First - Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Greetings! Im a new member!
- Replies: 2
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Hello Bee, welcome to NTS. It’s good to have a high school-aged man interested in old growth forests; hopefully you’ll keep that interest over a long lifetime. There are some pretty knowledgeable enthusiasts here from PA, and many other parts of the country and world as well. Feel free to ask questi...
Oh my gosh, Brother Bob ... I just realized the wrong river crossing photo got uploaded somehow. No, no, that was definitely not you. That piker can't come close. I'm so embarrassed. I blame myself. Here's the correct photo... Bob crosses the river.jpg Phew, I'm so glad you caught that mistake. Sure...
Now, guys... I'm all for giving Brother Bob the credit he deserves, which is a lot. But guys, I have to tell ya, poor Monica has to go out now and buy him new hats. None of his fit anymore, they've mysteriously gotten too small. It wasn't just Jones Creek he spent time in, he's had a lot of exploits...
- Wed Sep 02, 2020 11:43 am
- Forum: Tree Species, Families and Identification
- Topic: Old-growth pitch pine or red pine?
- Replies: 7
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Jack, In these new photos you've posted, it looks like there are in fact epicormic sprouts on the trunk, which would suggest pitch pine. And the bark in these photos does also look more like pitch pine to me than the first full-trunk photo did. If you count the needles in a bundle sheath, you'll kno...