Amazing shots and video. From what I've read, we'd have more Longleaf Pines and less Loblollies in my area if there were still natural wildfires.. We are at the western and northern edge of their former big range. The local community college has a large tract of land (2800 acres) where they are maintaining some areas of Longleaf Pine forest by burning.
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