Pine tree at the Natural Auditorium
It is well preserved, with a natural shape, divided in three when it reaches 2,5 metres. It has its low branches quite high up, common to this type of pine tree. The trunk is covered by a strongly striated bark which protects it, and one can notice that it had pruning injuries that have already healed.
CONDITION: INJURIES: From pruning, but all have healed. BARK DISCHARGES: Dried resin from injuries and pruning. OBSERVATIONS: Severe pruning on the northeastern side, due to being too close to the electrical aereal line.
ASSOCIATED LIFE: Diversity of birds around and traces of rabbits.
- NATURAL: Natural environment with indigenous vegetation and permeable ground.
- ANTHROPIC (man-made): Near a wall from a cultivated grove surrounded by a metallic fence, and close to the aereal electrical line.