AndrewJoslin wrote: That's good news. Which is even stranger because it means the web site author hasn't ground-truthed their own info. Raises the question even more so, why do it if they haven't actually seen some of the trees they're posting "locations" for.
Leakers became tantamount to squabbling masked people breaking windows. Ineffectively hoping to change something, but causing damage at other's expense. When I applied for research permits, I found out from someone at the parks that this situation caused difficulty for researchers to get permits and put a choke-hold on research photos. That's why less is available now for the general public to see. For any who saw it years ago, the Humboldt State Univ. albums were removed. And it all relates to the redwoods park's management and it's reaction to leaks and wear and tear.