Im pretty sure it's an osprey
Uncertain ID. sepals reflexes. Reddish stems. Leaves not fuzzy/hairy.
A generalist but was in open wetland in this case.
Small "shoulders". Small peatland.
91 cm dbh. Top appears blown off. Other big hemlocks here. Ledgy and bouldery.
81.5 cm dbh. A very big and probably very old tree.
80.5 cm dbh. The lower leaves in second photo are beech leaves.
Unusual location on high stunted ridge.
Rich woods. Six leaf whorls. No bristles. Bigger than most galliums.
Stemmed hairless violet from rich woods. Still blooming at high elevations.
Another huge tree. Lightning scar.
Very odd bark patterns. Tree is still alive.
Beautiful 75 cm dbh tree in old forest
86 cm dbh. In old forest.
50 cm dbh. Old steep woods.
Lots of mosses and lichens on beech trunk. Old forest on very steep terrain.
6 foot tall hobble.
Huge tree on steep slope
Electroshocked by VT Fish & Wildlife for demonstration purposes and released at this site.