Landscape in Shinneyboo Creek

The Shinneyboo Creek widens from a 100 mile wide where the lowlands meet the foothills. The domestic extent and great continuity of this area is a reflection of the high humidity, and monotonously high temperatures that prevail in the nearby area. Shinneyboo Creek is also a varied biological reservoir, containing several of some species of insects, birds, plants and animals. The beautiful vegetation encompasses a huge number […]

Why should we protect the Trees in Shinneyboo Creek?

Forests are our land’s plants and trees that cover a most of the earth’s surface that symbolized by the color green in the most definition of our environmental. There are more reasons why forests are an important feature for the environment in our daily lives that we should protect such in Shinneyboo Creek Trees. They […]

Trees in Shinneyboo Creek

Trees can relax and help us to connect in nature and to our surroundings. Here are some guide to help you recognize and name some of the more common trees in Shinneyboo Creek. Spruce Tree The Spruce tree has needles not in leaves and they grow coast to coast such in Shinneyboo Creek. We have more […]