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Green & Leafy

Get some shade as you visit some of the trees—some very old, all very beautiful—that helped earn Lincoln Park Zoo arboretum accreditation.

American Elm

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Bald Cypress

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Bur Oak

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Cottonwood

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Eastern Hemlock

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Eastern Redbud

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Eastern White Pine

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Flowering Dogwood

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Freeman Maple

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Ginkgo

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Goldenrain Tree

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Horse Chestnut

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Katsura Tree

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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London Plane Tree

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Prairifire Flowering Crabapple

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Purple Fountain European Beech

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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River Birch

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Thorny Honey Locust

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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Tulip Poplar

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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White Fir

River birch grows well in moist locales, and its peeling, salmon-colored bark provides habitat for insects and foraging birds.

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