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Drooping Sheoak Tree

Separate male and female trees.

Male, on left, and female sheoak trees growing together. Image by author.

Murray Grey beef cattle were looking at us inquisitively as we walked past their paddock. The lady cattle farmer was showing me around the property, saying “We have a special place down here, and the cows like it as well” as she led me into a stand of drooping sheoak trees.




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Peter Miles

Peter Miles

45 years in Environmental Science, B.Env.Sc. in Wildlife & Conservation Biology. Writes on Animals, Plants, Soil & Climate Change.

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