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Post by Aurora » 25 Aug 2006, 02:27

I found one on Australian natives but it's geared more towards someone with a bit of subject knowledge already here's the link:

here is another but it's more about Queensland though:

This site is linked to a nursery but still useful:

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Post by bluestarone » 30 Sep 2006, 14:12

:) Thank you for these ID sites, especially the Hainault Forest one.
We are blessed that our school grounds have lots of land and trees already, and we are now a Forest School and an Eco School.  The children have set up a nature area for the wildlife with lots of bird tables which they designed and built themselves.  I had a free hedgerow pack for them from the woodland trust, they are going to study the different hedgerow trees, and what types of wildlife they support, so your links are brilliant for them to use.

Here's the link if you want trees for your can order the Spring pack after October 9th.

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Post by Lora » 04 Oct 2006, 18:11

What a good idea, bluestarone!

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Re: Tree ID websites

Post by growingnative » 02 Jun 2009, 12:19

Greeting Tree lovers
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My inner spirit was a woken by the tree spirit after the great storm of 87.And I have spent the last 20 odd years trying to repair the damage that was done 40,000 so far. It was my love of trees which lead me to the Druid door and I becme a OBOD Druid in 2006. I have created a web site from my 20 years of conservation work, it is not a flash site but you may find it useful with tree identication and all aspects of growing native British trees and wild flowers.

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Re: Tree ID websites

Post by Huathe » 15 Sep 2010, 05:59

I am a new member on this the board and a member of the Eastern Native Tree Society as well. We have much information on trees here and have many professionals within our ranks. We have also set a new standard for measuring trees here in the US and even in the rest of the world. As far as tree id goes, we have an on site database and what is not here you can ask someone and I am pretty sure you will find an answer

I look forward to getting to know people here on the Druid Grove forum and " seeing " others who enjoy the more spiritual side of forests as I do.

James E Parton
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New Order of Druids

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