I had the privilege of learning about bark of the Bald Cypress while visiting Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge in Decatur, Alabama. The Bald Cypress wood is rot-resistant and its strength enables it to withstand strong winds without overturning.
Plus, according the National Wildlife Refuge, “Since they tend to grow along rivers and in wetlands, they are excellent at soaking up floodwaters and preventing erosion. They also trap pollutants and prevent them from spreading.”
Some of us struggle with baldness and balding, but as for the Bald Cypress, Being bald isn’t bad; it’s a benefit!
I enjoy participating in the Travel Theme Challenge hosted by Where’s My Backpack This week’s theme is “Bark
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