Leaf Snap Trees of Manitoba Scavenger Hunt
Refer to the ‘Field Guide: Trees of Manitoba’
- Using the leaf snap app, take a picture of the closest tree in the vicinity and identify its genus and family.
- 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.
- Using leaf snap, find and photograph a tree in the genus “Fraxinus”
- Identify an American Elm Tree and take a picture
- Identify a Wagha Chan Tree and take a picture
- Identify a Willow Tree and take a picture
- Look for the flowers of a showy Mountain Ash Tree
- Look for cones from the Shikop Tree
- Take a picture of a Linden Tree
- Take a picture of the tree that is the longest living deciduous tree in Manitoba
- Take a picture of the provincial tree of Manitoba
- Take a picture of the tree that can be tapped to make maple syrup.
- Find a tree that has simple leaves
- Find a tree that has compound leaves
- Using the field guide, identify a Balsam fir
- Using the field guide, identify an Eastern White Pine