Taber Nature Trail is a trail on South Fork Eel River and Garden Creek in Standish-Hickey State Recreation Area, CA.
The Taber Nature Trail is a short, pleasant trail that climbs to a small upland grove with a few small redwoods. The redwoods have apparently not been logged, but it seems that the grove been logged of other trees, leaving about ten or twenty medium-sized stumps. The regenerating forest has a somewhat odd appearance, consisting of a lot of really small conifer trees growing among a few dozen widely-scattered, small-to-medium redwoods. Many of the redwoods are blackened and the grove is somewhat dry-looking, with little groundcover except for some mounds of huckleberry bushes alongside the trail.
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