Beech trees at Coed Henllan
My other great passion is for trees. I wouldn’t call myself a tree-hugger and I’m definitely no eco-warrior but I’m fascinated by trees and the organisms that live in or on them and I get a very big kick out of just being around them. If you want the professional description of what I’m all about visit my LinkedIn profile – log in to LinkedIn and search for Richard Wilson (I’m the one with the guy in an orange viz-vest leaning on a green Land Rover Defender). Just today I discovered some incredible 30m tall beech trees at Coed Henllan on the banks of the Afon Teifi near Newcastle Emlyn. To stand at the foot of one of these leviathans and gaze upwards is truly awe inspiring. So I want to share these moments with you and explain some of what we can see in the world around us from an arboricultural point of view. The posts will range from the exciting to the mundane and will include items on the natural world as well as how people interact with trees. Over time, I hope this will build into a useful library of information.
Anyway, as this is just a start to get my first blog entry out there, I’m going to save this and see if I can figure out how to attach some photos. Think this might be easier said than done…
Have a great day folks and take a look at my website: www.wilsontreesurveys.co.uk
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