MAP OF LANDMARKS

Winter 2018

MAP OF LANDMARKS

Winter 2018

The button below will open a Google map with some markers to show the locations of landmarks related to topics discussed in this issue #2 of Salish Magazine. For example, you can find some parks where you can see big, old stumps or different kinds of thinning. Barred owl sightings have not been marked on the map because they are common and ephemeral.

This map is by no means comprehensive. We don’t have the staff to travel all over the Salish Sea region to find interesting landmarks. So, we’d like you to help make it more complete!

If you see some really interesting tree rings, an amazing or artistic stump, a good example of forest stages, thinning techniques, nurse stumps, or nurse logs, snap a photo and post it (and it’s location) on Instagram with the hashtag:
#salishmag2

We’ll add some of the items we receive to this map.

Explore, watch, listen!

This map feature isn’t quite ready for phones. It works well on computers.

We’re working on it, and we hope it will be working on phones soon.

Table of Contents, Issue #2, Winter 2018

Forest Stages

Forest Stages

Photo Essay by John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos & video by John F. Williams except where notedPhoto Essay By John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos &  video by John F. Williams except where notedwhy does the forest occasionally change character as you travel...

Who Cooks

Who Cooks

by Leigh Calvez, Winter 2018 Photos & video by John F. Williams except where notedPhoto by Nancy SeftonPhoto by Nancy SeftonBy Leigh Calvez, Winter 2018 Photos &  video by John F. Williams except where noteda family of barred owls flew into my neighborhoodI...

Why Thin

Why Thin

by Arno Bergstrom, Nancy Sefton, Winter 2018 Photos & video by John F. Williams except where notedBy Arno Bergstrom, Nancy Sefton, Winter 2018 Photos &  video by John F. Williams except where notedhave you noticed how the forest changes as you follow the...

Stump Stories

Stump Stories

Photo Essay by Christina Doherty & John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos & video by John F. Williams except where notedBy Christina Doherty & John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos &  video by John F. Williams except where notedtrees die​Maybe they die...

Rings

Rings

Musings by John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos & video by John F. Williams except where notedMusings by John F. Williams, Winter 2018 Photos &  video by John F. Williams except where notedTree rings can be counted when a recently cut tree is encountered in...

Nurse Log

Nurse Log

by Sharon Pegany, Winter 2018 Photo by John F. WilliamsBy Sharon Pegany, Winter 2018 Above photo by John F. WilliamsFallen trees and decaying stumps lie on the forest floor in the midst of their thriving offspring. Much like beloved elders gone before, the trees on...