From Travis Audubon

Learn all about Ashe Junipers in this month’s edition of Texas Naturalist’s Notes (AKA the Naturalist Calendar) by Bill Reiner. As the leaves of most trees and shrubs native to central Texas turn colors and then drop away, two tree species, dominant on the landscape west of the interstate highway, stay green. Plateau Live Oaks are cherished for their gnarled shapes, their longevity, and their shade.

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