Alaska Paper Birch

Where can I see the Alaska Paper Birch

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What is a Betula neoalaskana? The Betula neoalaskana, or Alaska paper birch, is a tree that can be found in the wild in Alaska and Northern Canada.

This tree reaches heights of around 60-70 feet, with a trunk diameter of up to 2 feet. The Betula neoalaskana has characteristic white bark that shreds in long strips, which inspired its other common name: the white birch.

This tree grows best in cold climates near wetlands, where it provides important food and habitat for animals.

The Betula neoalaskana is a beautiful sight to see in the wild, and offers many benefits for the environment.

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Geeky Facts about the Alaska Paper Birch

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A small tree, often with many stems, up to 15 metres tall.

Fact 2

It is recognized for its white, flaky bark that often peels in large, paper-like strips.

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It is able to tolerate extreme cold, as low as −48 °C.

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Denali

Denali

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5 - Challenging

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