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Re: Hemlock southern extent in GA?

Thanks, Jess. I know there are taller hemlock specimens, I'd just never seen any mention of the ones on Slaughter Creek. Most have been treated at least once and Georgia Save the Hemlocks is going to treat more in the Slaughter Creek/Lake Winfield Scott area the last weekend in April. Just to add to...
by Drala Hiker
Sat Apr 12, 2014 11:17 pm
 
Forum: Georgia
Topic: Hemlock southern extent in GA?
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Re: Hemlock southern extent in GA?

Being a hemlock lover from my youthful hiking days in Bankhead National Forest, Alabama (remnant moist canyon habitate from glacial times) I've taken notice of size and location in Georgia. There are a few along Amicalola Creek south of the Hwy 53 bridge. Not been there in several years so don't kno...
by Drala Hiker
Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:31 pm
 
Forum: Georgia
Topic: Hemlock southern extent in GA?
Comments: 14
Views: 1704

The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch in Nature

Ed, thanks for the warm welcome and for volunteering your time to this chat site. Any one that reads this site would find this book most interesting: The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch in Nature by David George Haskell David Haskell is a colleague of my Master Naturalist teacher. They work at Univers...
by Drala Hiker
Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:07 pm
 
Forum: Alabama
Topic: Sipsey Poplar, May 2010
Comments: 16
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Re: Sipsey Poplar, May 2010

Hi. New to the ENTS website via information given at the Georgia Master Naturalist course taught at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell, GA. I grew up in Florence, AL and spent many years hiking Bankhead and the Sipsey in the late 1960s and 1970s. Next to nothing was written about the Sipsey ...
by Drala Hiker
Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:17 pm
 
Forum: Alabama
Topic: Sipsey Poplar, May 2010
Comments: 16
Views: 5254

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