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February 23 - Identifying Trees in Winter: The How-Tos of Twigs and Bark

February 23, 7 pm via Zoom

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Join Bradley Simpson of the Audubon Naturalist Society to learn how to identify trees in the winter! Summer is not the only time one can explore the forest. During this presentation, you will learn how to use buds, twigs, pith, bark, fruit to help distinguish our native trees from one another without leaves. We will discuss oaks, hickories, walnuts, maples, tulip trees, elms, and more!

Bradley Simpson is the Restoration Manager for the Audubon Naturalist Society tasked with restoring the natural, complex ecosystems at ANS’s headquarters, Woodend Sanctuary. Bradley has a degree in Wildlife Ecology and has taken part in Urban Forest Ecology research for over 5 years. He is currently obtaining a MS in Plant Science from the University of Maryland.


What 3 concepts will participants learn with this talk?

  • How to identify trees in winter.

  • What features to look for when identifying trees.

  • How to differentiate oaks in the winter.

Who is this talk for? Anyone who wants to learn more about trees!







3 Comments


malcolmanderson2020
Jul 16, 2023

beautiful

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Billi Jean
Billi Jean
Jun 15, 2023

Thanks for the offer and I saw this presentation. Although, to be honest, I prefer the PowerPoint presentations that I order from slidepeak.com/ and I think that it is more informative and visual. Likewise, a visually appealing presentation grabs the audience’s attention and increases engagement. The effective use of graphics, images, colors and fonts can make content more engaging and memorable. A well-structured presentation helps organize information in a logical and coherent way. This ensures a smooth flow of ideas, making it easier for the audience to follow and understand the content.

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gkbdvm
Feb 21, 2022

will this program be recorded and available after the event?

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