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    Default any one find that they tell you about alot of trees in this

    i have now found that they name at least 5 kinds of trees now.

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    any one know that birch grove is a park in new jersey and they have a museum......

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    Maybe you can help me ... what is the name of the tree with snarled roots, the one called Yorah is the same type of tree. Thank you.

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    Welcome to both of you! We're glad you found us!

    We've got a pretty complete website, full of information, and I suppose it can be hard to find things.

    Anyone can send Sue or I a PM (Private Message) just by clicking on the button at the bottom of any post. It's the one with the two little heads. You can ask questions and we'll try to direct you to the right forum.

    jasoncetrone, you'll see that I posted a pretty complete list of all of the trees if you check out out "TOOLS" forum. I called it "Basic Botany: trees". It includes links to pictures. http://www.tweleve.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=274

    That forum also has lots of other resources you'll love!


    jayhawker, in the book Yorah is called an oak... the largest and oldest tree in the forest. Of course, there are lots of differnet KINDS of oaks, but generally they live for a long time.

    You'll find a whole list of specific trees in the forum called "Locations, Sites, and States", under the name "Historic Trees". http://www.tweleve.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=660

    And here's another that I think looks like Yorah, too:
    http://vhanna26.typepad.com/photos/t.../angeloak.html


    Be sure you're trying to find clues in Mr. Stather's book instead of just guessing places. Unless you can figure out that it's truly in the book, you probably won't find anything.
    "It's not what you look at that matters. It's what you see." (Henry David Thoreau)

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