It will not work for every species, but should enable you to identify the majority of
trees in lower Midwestern latitudes when there are no leaves present.
TreeBarkID.com helps with the identification of trees in the winter when no leaves
Arbor Day Society's online tree identification site for Eastern/Central and Western
In the following months, as I work toward my master's degree in conservation
biology, I yearn for an easier, all-season tree identification guide — one that
I would like to help you identify and name the 100 most common of 700 tree
species that are native to North America. A bit ambitious, maybe, but this could be one small step toward your learning about tree
species and their names. After you learn what a tree
actually ... More »
Buckeyes. - alternate (Others). - whorled (Catalpa sp.) • Shape and color of buds.
• Shape and color of leaf scars. • Color and structure of tree bark ...
Ash trees (Fraxinus species) are easily identified if several simple factors are
understood. Ash is unique from other trees because of the following distinctive ...
This side shows you several barks of trees. Identify a tree by its bark.
Jun 11, 2015 ... Once you can identify your local trees by their leaves, flowers and fruits, here's a
fun thing to do: Learn to identify them strictly by their bark.
“The bark of trees has been relegated to the background for far too long. ...
Packed with cocktail-party-ready facts and an easy-to-use identiﬁcation guide for