Finding a Bristol tree on the move

The Trees of Bristol web site provides an interactive guide to the trees in and around Bristol. Currently there are nearly 66,500 live trees recorded – about 67,500 when tree stump and planting sites are included. These cover over 1,000 species, varieties and cultivars in more than 2,100 sites dotted around the city, many within easy walking distance.

If you have a GPS-enabled Android Phone with Firefox installed (they are working on Chrome) or an iPhone with Safari installed, you might like to add this this location-aware page to help you locate and identify Bristol’s many remarkable trees whilst you are on the move. This page will load all the trees in a given area around the phone’s location. As you move, the map will show trees within the range you have set, highlighting and detailing the nearest tree to you.

Why not try it out when you are next out an about in Bristol. You will be amazed and the many, varied and beautiful trees what the city has to offer, even in the heart of the city.


Author: BristolTreeForum

We are a group of volunteers dedicated to increasing the tree canopy cover of Bristol.

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