August 27, 2011

Yellow Birch, Adirondacks

Photograph by Michael Melford, National Geographic

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features

On the trail to Goodnow Mountain, a yellow birch appears to be ingesting a boulder left behind by a glacier. With its tenacious trees and rebounding wildlife, Adirondack Park is a miracle of regeneration. Committed advocates and legal protections written into New York’s state constitution offer hope that it will remain forever wild.

See more pictures from the September 2011 feature story "Forever Wild."


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