Juniper trees across Southwest Colorado are taking a mysterious turn

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Juniper trees across Southwest Colorado are taking a mysterious turn

Color change raises questions among foresters
Some juniper trees are showing signs of discoloration this winter in Southwest Colorado, possibly the result of drought conditions and abnormally warm temperatures.

Some juniper trees are showing signs of discoloration this winter in Southwest Colorado, possibly the result of drought conditions and abnormally warm temperatures.
Juniper trees have turned brown at an elevations of 7,000 feet across Southwest Colorado.

Juniper trees have turned brown at an elevations of 7,000 feet across Southwest Colorado.

Juniper trees across Southwest Colorado are taking a mysterious turn

Some juniper trees are showing signs of discoloration this winter in Southwest Colorado, possibly the result of drought conditions and abnormally warm temperatures.

Some juniper trees are showing signs of discoloration this winter in Southwest Colorado, possibly the result of drought conditions and abnormally warm temperatures.
Juniper trees have turned brown at an elevations of 7,000 feet across Southwest Colorado.

Juniper trees have turned brown at an elevations of 7,000 feet across Southwest Colorado.
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