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By Taylor Wildlife, Jul 23 2018 11:00PM

The Caledonian pine forest was named after Caledonia, taken from the Romans. Caledonia means 'wooded heights' - which is in-keeping with the location of said forests in and around the Cairngorms and Highlands of Scotland. The trees themselves consist principally of Scots pine Pinus sylvestris, with willow Salix sp., Aspen Populus tremula and birch Betula sp.



Not the usual woodland view, but an inspiration to look up!
Not the usual woodland view, but an inspiration to look up!

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