Snag Tree

Snag Tree

This minimal image shows the tops of what are called Snag Trees or dead standing trees. Seen at the Muskoka Wildlife Centre, they are described as follows: "These trees can be used by insects, amphibians, mammals and birds for feeding, nesting and hibernating."

 

© Sheila Creighton 2011

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