Gathered individually

Trees have feelings too – a frequently used term, often said a bit humorous.
Maybe there’s something about that talk.?
The canadian biology professor Jill Johnstone has by trials and research
– found relationships between the trees through their root network.
The closer the distance between trees is physically the closer the cooperation.
The roots can grow together among the same species of trees.
So new shots may have more than one parent,
because parts of their root network have grown together.
This also allows water to be transported between the adult trees,
if one has easy access to water and the other dries.
That goes for the black spruce and maybe others as well.

Two enemies still left, namely natur fire and most of all us humans.

Broadway moose

Musical moose step out into the sun from the shade.?

Could remind a bit of the 1930 song “On the Sunny Side of the Street”
– composed by Jimmy McHugh with lyrics by Dorothy Fields.
Some say that Fats Waller was the composer,
but he sold the rights to the song.
It was introduced in the Broadway musical.

Grab your coat and get your hat
Leave your worry on the doorstep
Just direct your feet
To the sunny side of the street
Can’t you hear a pitter-pat?
And that happy tune is your step
Life can be so sweet
On the sunny side of the street
I used to walk in the shade
With those blues on parade
But I’m not afraid
This Rover crossed over
If I never have a cent
I’ll be rich as Rockefeller
Gold dust at my feet
On the sunny side of the street.