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Tree Identification for Beginners

Date: 03/16/2021, 07:00pm

Learn how to recognize common Northeast trees by their shape, bark patterns, twigs, fruits, and seeds.


About this Event

On Tuesday, March 16 @ 7pm EST via Zoom, join Cary Institute Wildlife Biologist Mike Fargione and Dutchess Land Conservancy Ecologist Julie Hart for a forest tree identification program for beginners.

Wise forest stewardship requires familiarity with the woody plants that grow in your area, and the winter and early spring are great times of the year to learn tree identification! Without leaves on the trees, many other identifying characteristics are easier to see.

Participants will learn to recognize common Northeast trees by their shape, bark patterns, twigs, fruits, and seeds. Attention will also be given to invasive forest pests that threaten our trees.

The use of a simple identification key will be demonstrated and common botanical terms explained. With help from pre-recorded videos, participants will 'accompany' the presenters as they visit a local forest to identify trees in their early spring landscapes.

The program is free and open to all. There will be ample time for Q&A.

The event is sponsored by Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies and Dutchess Land Conservancy.

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