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Unformatted text preview: parts of a flower or plant. Douglas-firs and Redwoods over took Spencer Butte Park, making for a beautiful canopy of evergreen trees. As I looked around some more, I noticed some smaller deciduous trees, some of which had just started sprouting new leaves just in time for spring. I assume that some of these smaller trees could have produced flowers a few weeks before. I noticed that every time I walked to a new part of the park, I found so many species of trees. I could tell that some trees were related, in the same family, and that others definitely belonged to a different group. I am excited to take this class because next time I go to the park I will be able to correctly identify all the trees! I enjoyed sitting/walking in the sun while writing this essay and it really made me look forward to all this class has to offer....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LA 196 taught by Professor Whiteylueck during the Spring '08 term at University of Oregon.
- Spring '08