Identifying Birds Eye Maple

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Birdseye Maple is not techni.y a distinct species of Maple, but rather, it 's a figure that 's occasionally found in Acer saccharum Sugar Maple trees. It 's named .

The difficulties of identifying backyard birds seem insurmountable to many people. "All I can see," said someone to me, "is a speck, and then a streak of something flying, and it is gone.They all look alike to me." Identifying some backyard birds are easier because we encounter them at close range, and they are considerate enough to delay long enough to give us a good look..Birdseye Maple is not techni.y a distinct species of Maple, but rather, it's a figure that's occasionally found in Acer saccharum Sugar Maple trees.It's named "birdseye" sometimes simply written out as: Bird's Eye Maple because the figure resembles small bird's eyes..The native trees and shrubs in our forests have evolved over millennia to be adapted to the local soils and climate. A native species is one that existed in Ontario prior to European settlement and is adapted to local conditions..These are some Ontario birds which I have been lucky enough to see and p.ograph. The birds in this gallery are all free and wild. I add new p.os as I get them, so check back every once in a .

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