Tree Identification in Winter

by louise livingstone


Tim Trustman,  Quinte Conservation ecologist, show you how to identify trees in winter. He describes how to identify ash, cedars, maples, white elm and  black cherry and black oak by looking at the twigs and the bark. He is at the H. R. Frink Centre as part of the 2014 Trenton Woodlot Conference. There are good interpretive signs at the Frink Centre describing the different species of trees.