25
Jan
07

Turtle Hill Tree Nymph – Jan 24, 2007

  

 

 

This Turtle Hill tree looks almost like an easter island statue or a tree nymph. IMG_6034_crop 

Originally uploaded by Camp Naturalist.      

 

 

 

 

 

Turtle Hill is a Beech/Maple Forest also called (southern mesic forest(pdf)). These forest are in great decline in fact there is less than 100 acres left of high quality beech/maple forest left in Michigan and Turtle Hill is part of that diminishing treasure.

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Beech twig

 

 

 

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