Ozark chinquapin trees
wildlife Trail camera
These pictures are taken from trail cameras at one of our research plots in Missouri. The trees are a magnet for wildlife, especially white-tail deer and wild turkey.
Our research plots are home to hundreds of chinquapin under the care of the Ozark Chinquapin Foundation
OCF ANNUAL MEETING
Photos taken at our annual Ozark Chinquapin Foundation meeting
Dr. Fred Paillet of the Department of Geosciences at the University of Arkansas, giving a presentation at our annual meeting on the stature of pre-blight chinquapin in NW Arkansas and growth form of the trees.