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Old 02-27-2018, 09:48 PM   #11
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I'm glad that you enjoyed it, KC Clark.

Thanks for reporting their glitch.
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Old 04-05-2018, 07:47 PM   #12
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I looked thru the trees only. I found 4 that I don't believe are native to my area.

Eastern Hemlock
Jack Pine
Red Pine
Yellow Birch.

I have never seen a Hemlock or a Yellow Birch down in southern WI.
I have seen Jack and Red Pine plantations down here but never growing on their own.

These 4 trees are common in Northern WI.
I can maybe see the Hemlock and Birch growing in a very small odd area (bog/marsh) but the pines, I can't see them as native.
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Old 04-06-2018, 12:42 PM   #13
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I looked thru the trees only. I found 4 that I don't believe are native to my area.

Eastern Hemlock
Jack Pine
Red Pine
Yellow Birch.

I have never seen a Hemlock or a Yellow Birch down in southern WI.
I have seen Jack and Red Pine plantations down here but never growing on their own.

These 4 trees are common in Northern WI.
I can maybe see the Hemlock and Birch growing in a very small odd area (bog/marsh) but the pines, I can't see them as native.
Thanks for the feedback. Maybe it isn't as accurate as I'd hoped.
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