These trees are Pinus contorta, growing wild near Queenstown. They spread over grassland, and can gradually change the appearance of the landscape. The only ways to get rid of wilding pines are by spraying or removal by hand. Many volunteer groups are trying to eradicate these intruders.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Department of Conservation
Photograph by Neville Peat
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