Imberbe, I think I agree with you. It would (might?) be fantastic if at least some of the camps had collections of the rare / special trees of the area, suitably tagged, where the curious could walk around and get to know them. But on the whole I agree with you about tags on the trees in the wild. In addition, the nail holding up the tag gives far too many diseases a six-lane highway into the tree, and if the tree lives long enough, it can mangle the tag and the whole thing looks sordid and unkempt -- not to mention the folded tag being bad for the tree, too.
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