E(2) and I have had a great time touching and talking about the bark on all of the different trees in our yard during our "B" weeks! E was v...

Take photos of tree bark - print off photos and have kids try to find the tree…

Kurrajong Tree ( Brachychiton populneum ) - can see this being incorporated into one of my pieces itvnf.......

Seed Pods of the Kurrajong Tree ( Brachychiton populneum ) It is Aboriginal for " fibre yielding plant " , the bark fibres being used to make fishing nets , ropes and baskets , Adelaide , Australia stock photo

How Can Leaves Identify A Tree - Phenology - Science with Grambo

How Can Leaves Identify A Tree - Phenology - Science with Grambo----- Their sugar maple looks an awful lot like a Norway Maple - not so good for maple sugar.

General Bark ID Key - Tree Bark ID

General Bark ID Key - Tree Bark ID

People with low alcohol tolerance also have excellent self-control  as a study published Tuesday in PNAS on alcohol-intolerant undergrads points out. Not only are they good at saying no to alcohol theyre good at saying no to other vices as well.

People with low alcohol tolerance also have excellent self-control as a study published Tuesday in PNAS on alcohol-intolerant undergrads points out. Not only are they good at saying no to alcohol theyre good at saying no to other vices as well.

Beech Tree Bark Identification Tattoos

Beech Tree Bark Identification Tattoos

NORTHWEST PINE IDENTIFICATION // JEFFREY PINE: -Needles: Occur in bundles of 3 (rarely 2); 5-10" long; often "bushy" along twig (often held 5-8 years on the tree). -Fruit: Large, woody cones; 5-12" long (much larger than ponderosa pine cones); each scale has a curved (J-shaped) prickle that curves inward. -Bark: Flakes off in jigsaw puzzle-like pieces. Older bark is distinctly reddish-brown (not as orange as ponderosa pine). // http://oregonstate.edu/trees/conifer_genera/spp/pine_spp.html

NORTHWEST PINE IDENTIFICATION // JEFFREY PINE: -Needles: Occur in bundles of 3 (rarely 2); 5-10" long; often "bushy" along twig (often held 5-8 years on the tree). -Fruit: Large, woody cones; 5-12" long (much larger than ponderosa pine cones); each scale has a curved (J-shaped) prickle that curves inward. -Bark: Flakes off in jigsaw puzzle-like pieces. Older bark is distinctly reddish-brown (not as orange as ponderosa pine). // http://oregonstate.edu/trees/conifer_genera/spp/pine_spp.html

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