Snags are valuable part of healthy forest diversity
I recently spent time cross-country skiing through a beautiful stand of hardwood trees in a nearby forest. Large red oaks, bur oaks, American basswood and scattered sugar maple trees typified the portion of forest I found myself enjoying.
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