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Do Trees Need Mitts?

All this cold weather and time spent in front of the wood stove has got me thinking about those creatures who have no way of escaping the frigid temperatures. Deer, Moose, Coyotes, and even Chickadees each have their own way of managing and adapting to the often wild temperature fluctuations we deal with in North-Central Alberta. My way of managing the cold is to throw another log in the stove and turn the kettle on for a hot cup of tea. The horses out in the pasture have a winter coat of hair that can stand up at different angles, providing a number of different levels of insulation. My old dog, Levi, has grown a thick coat of black hair and has no problem lying in the sun and having a nap

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ISA Certified Arborist
Peter LaRue
PR-4896A

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