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Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed; lobes with rounded tips; fruit an acorn

Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed; lobes with rounded tips; fruit an acorn


Bur oak

two to three leaves from each node( opp or whorled) large leaves broad heart shape with pointy tip. leaf margin smooth entire or slightly wavy

two to three leaves from each node( opp or whorled) large leaves broad heart shape with pointy tip. leaf margin smooth entire or slightly wavy

Catalpa/ Indian cigar tree

Leaves are alternate compound with more than 11 leaflets. The large, twice-compound leaves. big brown nut with hard big seeds in them

Leaves are alternate compound with more than 11 leaflets. The large, twice-compound leaves. big brown nut with hard big seeds in them

kentucky coffee tree

white bark peals in sheets.  Small hear-shaped leaves, Leaves are alternate, simple, and double-toothed with equal leaf bases

white bark peals in sheets. Small hear-shaped leaves, Leaves are alternate, simple, and double-toothed with equal leaf bases

paper birch

Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed. Lobes have pointed tips. Fruit is an acorned oak leaves are simple and arranged alternately on the twig. They are 7 to 11 lobed, with slender petioles  the tips of the lobes are bristle tipped.

Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed. Lobes have pointed tips. Fruit is an acorned oak leaves are simple and arranged alternately on the twig. They are 7 to 11 lobed, with slender petioles the tips of the lobes are bristle tipped.

Red oak

Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed; with rounded tips. Fruit is an acorn. White oak leaves are simple and arranged alternately on twigs. They are 7 to 9 lobed, 5 to 9 inches long with short petioles. The lobes are rounded without bristle tips .

Leaves are alternate, simple, lobed; with rounded tips. Fruit is an acorn. White oak leaves are simple and arranged alternately on twigs. They are 7 to 9 lobed, 5 to 9 inches long with short petioles. The lobes are rounded without bristle tips .

white oak

Leaves are alternate, simple, and double-toothed with equal leaf bases. Sharp pointed, double toothed or shallowly lobed, with a wedge shaped base.

Leaves are alternate, simple, and double-toothed with equal leaf bases. Sharp pointed, double toothed or shallowly lobed, with a wedge shaped base.

River birch

The leaves are opposite, simple, three to five inches long, broad, and usually five-lobed. The lobes are sparingly wavy-toothed 3-5 inches wide; 5lobed (rarely 3-lobed); bright green upper surface and a paler green lower surface; leaf margin witho...

The leaves are opposite, simple, three to five inches long, broad, and usually five-lobed. The lobes are sparingly wavy-toothed 3-5 inches wide; 5lobed (rarely 3-lobed); bright green upper surface and a paler green lower surface; leaf margin without fine teeth

Sugar maple

leaf widest at bottom. Leaves are alternate, simple, double-toothed with unequal leaf bases. rough leaves

leaf widest at bottom. Leaves are alternate, simple, double-toothed with unequal leaf bases. rough leaves

Hackberry

has leaves whose edges are not smooth, but are serrated. The leaves are 2 to 5 inches. Often triangular in shape, they have 3 to 5 lobes.3lobed (occasionally weakly 5-lobed); sharply V-shaped sinuses; small sharp teeth along


margin. Mature lea...

has leaves whose edges are not smooth, but are serrated. The leaves are 2 to 5 inches. Often triangular in shape, they have 3 to 5 lobes.3lobed (occasionally weakly 5-lobed); sharply V-shaped sinuses; small sharp teeth along


margin. Mature leaves have a whitish appearing
underside.

red maple

Leaves are opposite simple 5-7 inches wide; deeply clefted; 5-lobed with the sides of the terminal lobe diverging toward the tip; light green upper surface and a silvery white underside; leaf margin with fine teeth (but not the inner edges of the ...

Leaves are opposite simple 5-7 inches wide; deeply clefted; 5-lobed with the sides of the terminal lobe diverging toward the tip; light green upper surface and a silvery white underside; leaf margin with fine teeth (but not the inner edges of the sinuses).

silver maple

Leaves are alternate, simple, double-toothed with unequal leaf bases. The leaves of slippery elm are alternate in arrangement, usually broadest below or near the middle, tapering abruptly into a long narrow point. The base of the leaf is rounded a...

Leaves are alternate, simple, double-toothed with unequal leaf bases. The leaves are alternate in arrangement, usually broadest below or near the middle, tapering abruptly into a long narrow point. The base of the leaf is rounded and strongly uneven, with a double row of coarse teeth along the margin. The upper leaf surface is dark green and rough

slippery elm

Leaves are alternate, simple, single toothed, triangle shaped. alternate simple leaves, 3-5 inches long, triangular in shape, with coarse, curved teeth and a flattened petiole.

Leaves are alternate, simple, single toothed, triangle shaped. alternate simple leaves, 3-5 inches long, triangular in shape, with coarse, curved teeth and a flattened petiole.

eastern cottonwood

from the groups of rounded, deeply crenated 3 or 5 lobed leaves. palmately lobed, alternate, spikes on branches, rounded teeth on leaf margin

from the groups of rounded, deeply crenated 3 or 5 lobed leaves. palmately lobed, alternate, spikes on branches, rounded teeth on leaf margin

wildgoose berry

seeds pop out, antidote to poison ivy

seeds pop out, antidote to poison ivy

touch me nots/ jewel weed

cinquefoil

leadplant

partridge pea

Rattlesnake master

leaves rash when touched. stingers on roots and stalks

leaves rash when touched. stingers on roots and stalks

wood nettles

stiff goldenrod

insect gall

House sparrow

tree sparrow

white breasted nuthatch

cedar waxwing

european starling

downy woodpecker

hairy woodpecker

junco

american goldfinch

purple finch