California Oak


California Oak

Scientific Name: Quercus agrifolia

The California Oak, Quercus agrifolia, is an iconic tree species that dominates the landscape in Huntington Beach, California, and the surrounding areas. These majestic trees have thick, dark green foliage and gnarled branches, providing vital habitat and food sources for a diverse array of wildlife. California Oaks are evergreen or semi-evergreen, with acorns serving as an important food source for numerous animals, including birds, squirrels, and deer. These trees play a crucial role in maintaining the region’s ecological balance and are highly valued for their beauty and ecological significance.

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