Mapping the Trees in Central Park

Nytimes.com highlights Ken Chaya and Edward Sibley Banard’s  map that details 19,933 trees in Central Park. Their map, which took over two and a half years to create, includes 174 species and represents about 85 percent of the vegetation on the park’s 843 acres. The two-sided, waterproof, 36-by-26-inch map, called “Central Park Entire: The Definitive Illustrated Folding Map,” is sold for $12.95 at the Dairy in the park and on the men’s Web site, CentralParkNature.com. They have sold about 1,100 copies of the $35 poster version since January.

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Courtesy of nytimes.com

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