Leaf Snap Trees of Manitoba Scavenger Hunt

Refer to the ‘Field Guide: Trees of Manitoba’ 

  1. Using  the leaf snap app, take a picture of the closest tree in the vicinity and identify its genus and family. 
  2. Create an entry on the tree database, explaining why you either value the urban forest, or would like to improve the urban forest, and why. 
  3. Using leaf snap, find and photograph a tree in the genus “Fraxinus”
  4. Identify an American Elm Tree and take a picture
  5. Identify a Wagha Chan Tree and take a picture
  6. Identify a Willow Tree and take a picture
  7. Look for the flowers of a showy Mountain Ash Tree
  8. Look for cones from the Shikop Tree
  9. Take a picture of a Linden Tree
  10. Take a picture of the tree that is the longest living deciduous tree in Manitoba
  11. Take a picture of the provincial tree of Manitoba
  12. Take a picture of the tree that can be tapped to make maple syrup.
  13. Find a tree that has simple leaves
  14. Find a tree that has compound leaves
  15. Using the field guide, identify a Balsam fir
  16. Using the field guide, identify an Eastern White Pine