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  • n. Plural form of tamarack.


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  • The junipers, as they call tamaracks in Newfoundland, were beginning to shed their yellowing needles, and many of them were quite bare, or else dead, with gnarled limbs fantastically twisted.

    Sweetapple Cove

  • Maples and birches and tamaracks are lighting up with color.

    A Leaf Falls In The Forest. Here's What It Sounds Like

  • On its banks the forest was ablaze with scarlet swamp maples, yellow birch and hickory, russet oaks, golden tamaracks, and dazzling orange sugar trees.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Between the hills lay marsh and treacherous bogs edged with tamaracks, white cedars, and black-ash trees.

    Red Knife

  • The surrounding countryside was rolling hills with scattered stands of stubby black spruce and a few tall, feathery tamaracks set in mostly open ground.

    Fool’s Paradise

  • Some asters still blooming, milkweed pods exploding in fluff, most of the tamaracks turned to gold.

    I wonder how many people rememeber . . .

  • But the tamaracks are turning yellow out in the bog, and even the oaks show color, and I must ride until I can ride no more.

    Eat Less Chiken

  • Then he saw the two white men burst from the tamaracks at the northern edge of the marsh and flail their way into the black muck at a desperate run.


  • Through the tamaracks and then out, out onto the marsh.

    Walking on water

  • Most of the red maples out in the bog have now dropped their leaves, and the tamaracks have started to turn.

    Thursday roadkill report


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