Our Inland's signature tree. Long-lived, grows to 100 feet or more. Needles 6 inches or longer, cones 3-4 inches. Distinctive thick, reddish, scaly bark. (Loggers call this tree "yellow pine" because, in very old trees, 2 feet or more in diameter, the bark becomes gold in colour.) Important timber and wildlife trees. Habitat is mostly mountains in pure stands, dry sites. Native Americans used bark scales for small, hot fires and wood for canoes.
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