Megastorm

Today there was a major storm that started last night and went on through today. The rain pounded on the roof and twigs were flying past the windows everywhere, and gust of wind and rain whistled through the trees. I took a short video of the storm to show its extent.

In the bottom left you can see Ilex aquifolium, a invasive species that was observed a few days ago. You can view it in the related observations bar. Also, you can see fir trees swaying in the background and a black locust, which I also observed.

Publicado por tiskolin tiskolin, 18 de noviembre de 2015

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Acacia Falsa (Robinia pseudoacacia)

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tiskolin

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Noviembre 14, 2015

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This locust is about as old as our house (1914) and is on it's way out. It lost its leaves very early in the year compared to the other two pictures, which our younger trees at an estimated 40-60 yrs.

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Duglasias (Género Pseudotsuga)

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tiskolin

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Noviembre 14, 2015

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Firs are Washingtonian! We have lots of these around my house and they are quite big.

Although these are native, they are pushing out the native Gary Oak, Q. garryana.

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