Monumental Trees in Portugal

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#1)  Monumental Trees in Portugal

Postby edfrank » Sat May 19, 2012 9:23 am

Árvores de Portugal | Site da Associação Árvores de Portugal

A blog site about monumental trees in Portugal.


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#2)  Re: Monumental Trees in Portugal

Postby Chris » Sat May 19, 2012 7:07 pm

Excellent. Google translate does a good job for us non-Portuguese speakers.

Of course, the face the same problems we do here. Logging on national forest

Quality tree trimming [it was a Douglas Fir that someone complained gave to much shade!]

They have a flickr group too with some nice pictures.

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#3)  Re: Monumental Trees in Portugal

Postby Don » Sun May 20, 2012 6:39 pm

My read of the "Logging in the National Forest" may have been different than yours...what it seems to be is a bad salvage job after a tornado (an act of God on His land). It seems historically the land had belonged to the Church, and had been sold for development.  Seems like an universal malaise...
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