Cohotate Preserve25 May 2002 Field Trip - 16
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Cohotate Preserve - 25 May 2002 Field Trip - 16

Cohotate Preserve - 25 May 2002 Field Trip - 16
(Cohotate Preserve - 25 May 2002 Field Trip - 16) After we left the pond area, we began walking down the path toward the Hudson River.  We came upon an old, half dead, double-trunk tree.  The northern half of the trunk had broken off about 15 feet above the ground and fallen along the side of the path.  This photo shows the fungus growing on the dead trunk.  There is also an interesting plant growth in the notch of the trunks.
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