Birch, trees

Birch please trees are simply amazing. They are a typically rather short-lived pioneer species widespread in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly in northern areas of temperate climates and in boreal climates. Birchwood, the wood of the birch, is used for a wide range of purposes1.

Birch adventure

Birch is one of my favorite trees. They are a resilient pioneer species; the first to colonize barren environments, and to repopulate previously biodiverse steady-state ecosystems that have been disrupted by natural disasters such as wildfire, flood, mudslide, lava flow, or a climate-related extinction2.

Image by Ralf from Pixabay

Look in your heart
birch, please…

Photo by Intricate Explorer on Unsplash

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  1. The first illustrative photo of a man in a red jacket standing in a field of yellow leaves and birch trees was kindly provided by Intricate Explorer on Unsplash.
  2. The first illustrative photo of a bitch tree with a heart-shaped hole was unknowingly provided by Ralf from Pixabay.
  3. Thank you both guys, you rock!
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