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Western larches

While out to see the aspen fall colors I was surprised to stumble upon these western larches along NF-3419 near Fort Klamath, Oregon.  These I didn't expect to find here in Southern Oregon & if it wasn't for their vibrant yellow I would've easily bypassed them.  According to the website below, there are a few growing on a plantation along Clover Creek Road b/w Ashland & Keno.  The largest in the state is in the Wallowa Mountains w/ a seven foot diameter.  Here I counted seven of them growing including one barely revealing itself underneath a large noble fir.  The dryer east side of the Cascades has more sun & elevations suitable for them (this is at about 5,600 feet).  On the satellite view this is the boundary of a thinned forest so either a few of them were planted after logging (though not in any particular alignment) or maybe their seeds were carried by migrating birds (as this area is a raptor haven).

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 18/10/2018
Uploaded: 19/10/2018
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: larches; western; oregon; national forest; nf-3419; cascade range; mountains; tamaracks; knedyl
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