Lodgepole Pine Pictures

(42 photos)
11 Mar 2011
Editorial 
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Botany - Trees - Pinaceae - Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta) and Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana), illustration
By: De Agostini Picture Library
De Agostini
28 May 2008
Editorial 
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Corkscrew Hazel
By: Education Images
Universal Images Group
14 May 2008
Editorial 
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(EL) ABOVE: Jerry Luce, middle, owner of Western Processing Inc. and his employee Jesse Gelormino, right and Jesse Schroeder barelyh seen in the middle, walk up a bike path near Lake Dillon while passing stumps of Lodgepole pine that they have already cut
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
18 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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CD20BEETLES_011808_LA_003_Carol Halsey from Allenspark, Colorado, cut the bark away on a dead lodgepole pine tree that has been infected with the mountain pine beetle along Big Owl Road in Boulder County. The beetle leaves a grove called a "gallery" in th
By: Lyn Alweis
Denver Post
18 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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CD20BEETLES_011808_LA_002_Glenn Patterson, who is a research associate and advisor to the National Park Service through Colorado State University and Carol Halsey, both from Allenspark, Colorado, look at a lodgepole pine tree that has been infected with t
By: Lyn Alweis
Denver Post
18 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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CD20BEETLES_011808_LA_001_Carol and Jerry Halsey, wife and husband, of Allenspark, Colorado, are part of the group called the Allenspark Beetle Control. They looked at a map with Glenn Patterson, also of Allenspark, who is a research associate and advisor
By: Lyn Alweis
Denver Post
17 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(js) pinebeetle17_bb_2 -- Keith Bol, a Natural Resource Specialist for Jefferson County Open Space, burns "slash piles" of dead tree trimmings in Elk Meadows Open Space Thursday morning, part of the forest restoration work that has been ongoing in the are
By: Brian Brainerd
Denver Post
17 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(js) pinebeetle17_bb_1 -- Jim Lile, a natural resource specialist for Jefferson County Open Space burn "slash piles" of dead tree trimmings in Elk Meadows Open Space Thursday morning, part of the forest restoration work that has been ongoing in the area s
By: Brian Brainerd
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: These are dead lodgepole pines that have been killed by the pine beetle. These trees were found along the Peak to Peak highway in Boulder County. Federal and state forestry officials say that at current rates, mountain pine beetles will kill t
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: Bill Carpenter <cq> stands in front of Carpenter Mountain, part of the 280 acre parcel that he owns up Coal Creek Canyon. He anticipates that in about 3 years the hills behind him will be completely red from beetle infestation. About 10 of his
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: The red needles on the pine trees are dead lodgepole pines that have been killed by the pine beetle infestation. These trees were found near Rollinsville off the Peak to Peak highway. Federal and state forestry officials say that at current ra
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: Bill Carpenter <cq> stands amongst large stands of lodgepole pine trees on part of his 280 acre parcel that he owns up Coal Creek Canyon. About 10 of those acres are in Gilpin County the rest in Boulder County. Carpenter, who has owned his lan
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: The red needles on the pine trees are dead lodgepole pines that have been killed by the pine beetle infestation. These trees were found near Rollinsville near the Peak to Peak highway. Federal and state forestry officials say that at current r
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: These are dead lodgepole pines, amongst live and possibly infested lodgepole pine, that have been killed by the pine beetle infestation. These trees are on Tennessee Mountain near Rollinsville. Federal and state forestry officials say that at
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(HR) ABOVE: The red needles on the pine trees are dead lodgepole pines that have been killed by the pine beetle infestation. These trees were found near Rollinsville along the Peak to Peak highway. Federal and state forestry officials say that at current
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(XX) FOREST14_KSO_1_14_08020 - Members of the U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State Forest Service including Colorado State Forester and Director of the Colorado State Forest Service Jeff Jahnke,<cq> announce the results of the 2007 forest health survey
By: Kathryn Scott Osler
Denver Post
14 Jan 2008
Editorial 
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(XX) FOREST14_KSO_1_14_08071 - Members of the U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State Forest Service including forest entomologist Ingrid Aguayo,<cq> announce the results of the 2007 forest health survey on Monday, Jan. 14, 2007. According to the forest se
By: Kathryn Scott Osler
Denver Post
08 Nov 2007
Editorial 
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BEETLEKILL08-- Lodgepole pines turn a reddish color after the pine bark beetle killed many of the trees near Granby. RJ Sangosti/ The Denver Post Pine beetle infestation
By: RJ Sangosti
Denver Post
08 Nov 2007
Editorial 
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BEETLEKILL08-- Mike Jolovich, owner of Ranch Creek Sawmill in Granby, loads post that were made from beetle killed lodgepole pines. RJ Sangosti/ The Denver Post
By: RJ Sangosti
Denver Post
08 Nov 2007
Editorial 
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BEETLEKILL08-- A crow flies out of a lodgepole pine that has been killed by beetles in Grand County. RJ Sangosti/ The Denver Post
By: RJ Sangosti
Denver Post
01 Aug 2007
Editorial 
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FRISCO,CO--AUGUST 1, 2007-- ABOVE: The holes where the beetle has bored into the trees is evident in this Lodgepole Pine tree. Because of climate change and warming temperatures, overwhelming numbers of beetles infest the trees. By burrowing under the bar
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
01 Aug 2007
Editorial 
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FRISCO,CO--AUGUST 1, 2007-- ABOVE: Looking out onto Lake Dillon viewers are able to see the evidence of the devastating Mountain Pine Beetle on the Lodgepole Pine forests in Summit county. Because of climate change and warming temperatures, overwhelming n
By: Helen H. Richardson
Denver Post
01 Jan 2007
Editorial 
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Bull Moose
By: UniversalImagesGroup
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2007
Editorial 
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Bull Moose
By: UniversalImagesGroup
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2007
Editorial 
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Bull Moose
By: UniversalImagesGroup
Universal Images Group
07 Nov 2006
Editorial 
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Lodgepole Pine cones and leaves (Pinus contorta)
By: DEA / C. SAPPA
De Agostini
07 Nov 2006
Editorial 
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Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta)
By: DEA / C. SAPPA
De Agostini
07 Nov 2006
Editorial 
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Lodgepole Pine bark (Pinus contorta)
By: DEA / C. SAPPA
De Agostini
27 Aug 2006
Editorial 
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Young, healthy pine trees are seen in front of a large area
By: Bloomberg
Bloomberg
22 Aug 2006
Editorial 
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GRAND COUNTY,COLORADO-AUG. 22, 2006- A large number of Lodgepole Pine Trees are dying in Colorado due to a beetle. This is a photo of dead lodgepoles in Grand County on Williams Fork Road. (THE DENVER POST/LYN ALWEIS) Pine Beetle
By: Lyn Alweis
Denver Post
22 Aug 2006
Editorial 
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FRASER,COLORADO-AUG. 22, 2006-On Tuesday, at Leonard's Peeling in Fraser, there was a demonstration of machinery capable of grinding beetle kill trees. A large number of Lodgepole Pine Trees are dying in Colorado due to a beetle. Men watch one of the grin
By: Lyn Alweis
Denver Post
19 Aug 2005
Editorial 
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GRANBY, CO., AUGUST 19, 2005 --A home along the shore of Lake Granby is surrounded by lodgepole pines that have been killed due to pine beetles. RJ Sangosti/ The Denver Post ---Friday August 19, 2005---
By: RJ Sangosti
Denver Post
19 Aug 2005
Editorial 
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GRANBY, CO., AUGUST 19, 2005 --Ed<CQ> Peterson<CQ> climbs up a lodgepole pine, Friday August 19, 2005, to put a rope around the it. This is the 125th tree this year he and his wife Sharon<CQ> had to cut down due to beetle kill, on their 5 acres west of Gr
By: RJ Sangosti
Denver Post
08 Aug 1983
Editorial 
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Grains of pollen blow from a lodgepole pine tree Crater Lak
By: Martha Cooper
National Geographic
07 Jul 1983
Editorial 
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Great gray owl offers a pocket gopher to his mate in a lodge
By: Michael S. Quinton
National Geographic
12 Aug 1977
Editorial 
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AUG 12 1977, AUG 14 1977; U.S. Forest Service; Lodgepole Pine. Closeup. In Photo at right shows how
By: Bruce Wilkinson
Denver Post
12 Aug 1977
Editorial 
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AUG 12 1977, AUG 14 1977; Lodgepole Pine. close up in photo at right shows how it's done.;
By: Bruce Wilkinson
Denver Post
05 May 1972
Editorial 
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Hikers huddle by a campfire under whitebark and lodgepole pines
By: Sam Abell
National Geographic
12 Sep 1962
Editorial 
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SEP 12 1962, OCT 2 1962; Tall lodgepole pine grow over most of the Colorado forest land. The forest
By: Monk Tyson
Denver Post
06 Dec 1960
Editorial 
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DEC 6 1960, DEC 8 1960; Combination Tree Created by Drohan; White-flocked juniper combined with lodg
By: Bill Johnson
Denver Post
17 Jun 1960
Editorial 
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JUN 17 1960; Rangers Put Torch of 500 Acres; The duties of a forest ranger take some strange turns.
By: Bob Tonsing
Denver Post
17 Jun 1960
Editorial 
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JUN 17 1960; Rangers Put Torch To 500 Acres; The duties of a forest ranger take some strange turns.
By: Bob Tonsing
Denver Post
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