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The state also produces some of the best sugar maple and red oak timber in the world.
This tract of land filled with sugar maple, American beech and yellow birch trees and 1,800 acres of wetlands is a part of a state plan to connect three forest preserve areas.
Reed said the lack of rain likely would apply only to the sugar maples, which would tend to mute the red pigments.
So hurricane damage appeared mostly in woodlots on top of ridges and in the sugar maple orchards that produced the springtime crop of maple syrup.
But the development remains modest and small-scale — which means the mosaicked forests of sugar maple and yellow birch, gently rolling fields of wildflowers and thriving population of bald eagles still remain at the heart of Sullivan County.
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: a kind of maple tree that grows in eastern North America and that has sweet sap that is used to make maple syrup and maple sugar
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