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Please share it by commenting on this post. Any map of significant trees local to your region or national is appropriate. Here is an example of some great sources in Georgia.
This is actually a list of Urban Forests. Includes a map to Atlanta and other Georgia metro areas hidden gems.
The native tree society is really about all things trees with fantastic resources. Typically members is list there favorite trees around the world. Amazing website.
Every year, Trees Atlanta and the Arbor Day Partners seek out the largest tree of each every species inside I-285. The Big Tree Search recognizes the trees and their nominators/owners on this page and Trees Atlanta’s newsletter.
American Forests celebrates 70 years of recognizing champion trees as symbols for all the great work trees do for the environment. This national database is searchable and updated on a regular basis.
Georgia Forestry Commission Champion Tree
Spotlights the largest known tree of a particular species in the state.
This is a slightly different take on Champion Trees. This article looks at trees that have successfully existing through time. Two interesting species that have survived for millions of years are the ginkgo and the dawn redwood. It also looks at some of the oldest trees living today like Bristle Cone pines and Sequoias.