One of the things I like about the Cedar/hemlock forests that we have in the Robson Valley are the many species of moss, that tend to blanket everything. Last week when I was working on the Lower Goat River Trail, I spotted the log that you see above. This deadfall tree had been blocking the trail many years ago, and had been sawed off. Now, many years later, it is covered with mosses and lichen. I was intrigued by the moss growth that was curling around on the butt end of the log.
Below are some other examples of trees being covered with mosses.
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