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Kamchatka Birch Tree can Become a Nature Monument
24.02.2011 11:06
Kamchatka Birch Tree can Become a Nature Monument

300-year-old stone birch from the Valley of Geysers in Kamchatka has been nominated for participation in the all-Russian program Trees as Wildlife Monuments.
      This tree is also called Ermans birch. It is cold resistant, shade-bearing, undemanding for fertility and humidity of soils. Such birch trees live up to 300400 years long.
      The birch grows among boiling up mud coppers and gushing geysers. Wild lilies blossom under its shade, and brown bears sharpen their claws on its thick bark every spring.
      The program Trees as Wildlife Monuments supposes creation of the register of unique old-growing trees and, further, providing their protection and popularization.
Author: Vera Ivanova


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