Zane, there's good chance I may be around the Oregon redwood this year. So I was curious about your thoughts on the redwood and the location. On my own redwood's discover page, I noted that my new notable discoveries will not be revealed at all. But I mainly meant like world records. State records I may mention, but keep the park or location under wraps.
So for this redwood found up in Oregon, or say another one in that neck of the woods, do you think its best not to mention the specific park, creek, road, etc.. How specific do you think is okay to provide? Like the county? Or a bit more detailed.?
I plan on absolutely no mention of redwood tree find locations in Oregon. They are all technically in Curry County and should all be in the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest simply by definition of an old-growth redwood in Oregon. There are not many old-growth redwood forests in Oregon, making any of these tree finds possibly vulnerable. The groves, however, are fairly hard to distinguish on satellite and could be potentially hard to figure out in regards to location.