Preliminary views of Mountain Home Grove show countless sequoia losses after the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
UPDATE: This tree is now dead on the ground. Save the Redwoods League continues to allow giant sequoias to burn to death in the Alder Creek Grove 4 months after the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
Photos of McIntyre Grove from the Nelson Trail, during/after the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
Video of Alder Creek Grove after scores of sequoias die in the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
Giant sequoias continue to burn and die three months “after” in the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
Freeman Creek Trail still green despite damage, while the southern section is a moonscape of dead sequoias.
Alder Creek Grove giant actively on fire, in flames two months after the SQF Complex / Castle Fire.
The Stagg Tree was not impacted by the SQF Complex / Castle Fire while the nearby Waterfall Tree was destroyed.
The famous Patriarch Tree and a large portion of McIntyre Grove perished in the Castle Fire.
Alder Creek receives the first snow of the 2020 winter season.
All giant sequoia are dead in the western section of Alder Creek Grove.
Post-fire sequoias in an eastern section of Alder Creek Grove.
Numerous Giant Sequoias Killed in the Alder Creek Grove.
Take a long walk by yourself underneath giant sequoias and you will forever be changed.
A walk into the mist, moss, and dizzyingly tall trees of the magnificent redwood forest.
Huge tulip trees and colorful wildflowers in a magical never-cut forest in western North Carolina.
A nice hike up to the Albright Grove to see the old trees and get away from the crowds at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Journey Into the Primeval: the sitka spruce virgin forest and Randy Stoltmann Grove of Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, Canada.
Mature trees, alligators, and herons in the rich landscape of a Wilmington, NC city park.
Walking through the longleaf pine forest at Blue Clay Bike Park.
Bluethenthal Wildflower Preserve is a tiny forest oasis in the middle of a busy campus, in the middle of a busy city.
Old-growth longleaf pine forest cut down by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (UNCW).
A picturesque garden of venus flytraps, sundew, and a wonderful variety of colorful pitcher plants.
Carolina Beach State Park is where you can see it all: forests, swamp, savannah, pocosin, beach, butterflies, birds, snakes, and deer.
Hiking the trails at Brunswick Nature Park. Whippoorwill, woodpeckers, dogwoods, longleaf pine. A poetic nature walk.