My name is Jordan. I work for trees, so that we can have forests. Ecology matters: I talk about human issues, too.
Willow, some species of Ash, Hemlock (though more uphill), Cedars... all about to have their season.
Run-off is... running. Murky and cold. Snow in #forest is heavy and rotting. Exposed soils are getting spongy.
Had it maintained its natural leader, this tree would be massive. More massive? Massiver? BIG. Those are branches.
This White Pine is a giant, and is protected from being cut by its (secret) location.
Cedar, with just a hint of birch. #trees #ontario
Winter is leaving. You can smell and feel it today!
Rivers are swollen. Banks are soft. Fallen trees can be good.
Nude twigs on a Spruce. Signs of insect damage.
At 4 km/h, visibility is 300 metres... #onstorm
If this birch chooses to stay bowed, then it'll be topped and trimmed to 'weep'.
Is there a market for treeguy fashion blogging? Would like to say nice things about my boots...
#Forest after dark. Nothing to be scared of; there's nothing there...
Gold and arches.
Beautiful Red Oak #tree. Survivor of development, water-course interferences. Reproducer and squirrel fattener.
One of these pines is ready to uproot. I can hear frozen rootball breathing.
Even endangered species weren't exempt from damage. Butternut with broken limbs.
My daughter's #tree preservation methods are next-level.
High angle branchings. Think forest, instead of complementary to landscape.
Ice packing into Oshawa Harbour. Low rumble as waves roll it together.
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