Monthly Archives: December 2014

Giant Sequoia’s Pt. 2 – General Sherman Tree

                The other main giant sequoia in Sequoia National Park is the General Sherman Tree, the largest living tree on earth by volume. In addition, there were some great sequoia ecology lessons available … Continue reading

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Big Meadow – The Narrowest Giant Meadow Ever

On my way between Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, I stopped up in the Giant Sequoia National Monument. This forest service land is now preserved after significant logging in the recent past. It was hard to get into the … Continue reading

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