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Mini 3 How Giant are Giants ? Measuring local rain forest old growth trees ...

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From the ongoing upcoming project "The Giants" about the West Coast BC giant old growth rain forest Cedar and Douglas Fir trees, there are pockets of these trees that have survived logging. The local forest are simply amazing, I can only imagine just how spectacular it must have been before logging took place. It is important to preserve whatever old growth is left. This tree is about 73-75m tall, measured in an unscientific way with the help of the drone Mini 3 pro (measured it 2x), looking around there are a few taller trees.
 
Not enough footage to answer the question the title poses.
 
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Not enough footage to answer the question the title poses.
For sure, this is just a sample from an ongoing project as in the description, wanted to know just how tall some of these trees are out of my personal curiosity ..., not that you can fit more of them in that silly vertical format :).
 
The tallest tree on Vancouver Island is a Douglas Fir at 73.8 meters and the tallest tree in Canada is Sitka spruce is the largest spruce in B.C. and the tallest tree in Canada (95 metres tall!). It is found in the Carmanah Valley on Vancouver Island.
 
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