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  • All fields: Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)
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    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The top of the "Oregon" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the Oregon tree is one of the largest in the grove. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park, was added to...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The top of the "Resurrection" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the top 25 feet of the Resurrection tree was sheered off by a lightning strike. This grove, along with the rest of General...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The base of the "Resurrection" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the top 25 feet of the Resurrection tree was sheered off by a lightning strike. This grove, along with the rest of General...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The "Mckinley" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the McKinley tree had a 28 foot diameter at the time of this photograph. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park,...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • A close-up of a sawed off section on a living sequoia tree. The subsequent healing is visible in the offset nature of the bark and tree surrounding the cut. This tree is located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • A view of the base of a living sequoia with a sawed off section. This tree is located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park, was...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • A view of the shaded base of a living sequoia with a sawed off section. This tree is located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park,...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The top of the "General Grant" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the General Grant is the largest tree in the grove with a base diameter of 40.3 feet. This grove, along with the rest of...
    • Sawdust piles

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • Piles of sawdust in front of a decomposing stump. These piles are located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park, was added to Kings...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The trunk of the "General Grant" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the General Grant is the largest tree in the grove with a base diameter of 40.3 feet. This grove, along with the rest of...
    • Logged sequoia wood pieces

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • Unwanted pieces of wood that were cut from a sequoia tree. These pieces, cut for some purpose but later rejected, are located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. This grove, along with the rest...
    • Giant sequoia

    • Trees; Perennials; Gymnosperms
    • The "General Grant" tree in General Grant's Grove. Many of the trees within this grove have been given names; the General Grant is the largest tree in the grove with a base diameter of 40.3 feet. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant...
    • Sequoia logging debris

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • The "shake," undesirable pieces of wood cut out during logging. The shake is the parts of the tree that have developed gaps between rings. Removing this raises the value of the wood. This shake is located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of...
    • Felled giant sequoia

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • Shattered pieces of a felled sequoia trunk located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove. This area was logged at one time. This grove, along with the rest of General Grant National Park, was added to Kings Canyon National...
    • Logging feather bed

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • An old logging "feather bed" used to hold logged sequoias. The surrounding ground is covered in sequioa bark. These piles are located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. This grove, along with...
    • Giant sequoia stump

    • Trees; Gymnosperms; Perennials
    • A decomposing stump located in the Big Stump Basin, a section of General Grant's Grove that was logged at one time. In the stump, there is evidence of notching for scaffolding that the loggers used to fell the tree. This grove, along with the...

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