As the Redwood fires in California continue to rage, many scientists are wondering if they have a chance to save the species.
But the answer is yes, scientists say.
As the fires rage, scientists are asking questions about the species, and what can be done to save it.
The question comes down to a key question: Can we protect the species from its own demise?
The Redwood fire is not the only fire threatening the Redwoods.
There are several others that are also causing havoc.
Some are starting fires on public land, and others are burning brush, clearing land for agriculture, and other activities that could eventually affect the forests.
The first thing scientists must do is understand the Reds.
They are the species of the genus Redwood.
They were native to the Sierra Nevada foothills in California, the San Joaquin Valley, and the state of California.
They grow in dense, thick stands that grow to an impressive 3,000 feet in height.
They are an arboreal species, meaning they can live in tree-shaded areas.
They prefer to live on the ground.
The species is classified as endangered, and scientists have designated them as a species of greatest concern.
They need to be managed as such.
Redwood forests are a keystone of the region.
They provide the habitat for redwoods and other trees, including cedar, poplar, redwood, and pine.
Many of the species found in the Red Woods are listed as threatened, and some are listed under the Endangered Species Act.
They have long been threatened by fires and other human activities.
They have been cut down by fire, burned, and otherwise damaged.
The Redwoods are a very important ecosystem, and they’re very dependent on the air and water they depend on for survival.
A lot of the damage from fires and drought, they say, is due to habitat loss, logging, and agricultural activities.
Redwoods are in danger from the impacts of climate change.
The fires are causing more severe drought in some parts of the country, and a lot of those areas are experiencing extreme drought conditions.
It’s also affecting the environment and climate.
Scientists say there are no plans for protecting the Red.
But they say they can help.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection has a plan for the Red, and it would save the forest.
Here are some of the things scientists want to know about Redwood forest management.
How do we protect Redwoods from fires?
There are two main types of fire management, they said.
One is habitat destruction.
Habitat loss is the loss of trees, shrubs, and grasses, and in turn, the fire will kill or reduce the Red’s abundance.
The other is fire suppression.
Habitats need to survive.
How do we preserve them?
The first goal is to protect the forest from fire.
Trees need to stand tall and provide cover for the forest canopy, which makes up the canopy.
So the trees need to keep the fire at bay, and that means the fire can’t reach them.
The tree also needs to stay in place for protection from the weather.
What can we do to keep them there?
A good example of a tree that needs to keep its tree stand tall is an oak.
The oak’s trunk is protected by its branches.
The branches protect the trunk from the rain and wind.
When a fire approaches, the branches protect it from being destroyed by the fire.
The trees also need to stay on the tree stand.
They’re important habitat for the birds that live in the forest, and birds are vulnerable to fire.
There is also some evidence that fire-resistant trees like eucalyptus and willow can stand and survive.
Can we protect them from grazing?
Some of the best protection we can do is to limit grazing.
The birds can be protected from grazing by not grazing the trees.
So a few of the birds, like the songbirds, and many of the insects, like butterflies, need to live near the trees and their nesting sites.
How can we protect that?
Another way is to remove grazing from areas.
If the birds and the insects can’t live in close proximity to the tree stands, they won’t have a place to nest.
This will allow the tree to be protected for the next generation.
What do we do if a fire occurs in an area that’s protected?
There’s a variety of things that we can try to prevent the fire from spreading, but we can’t stop it from starting.
That’s where we come in.
What can we tell the firefighters?
We can tell them what the fire is, what’s going on, and where it’s burning.
We can also give them a visual and audio warning, and provide them with information about the fire danger and how to respond to the situation.
How can we stop the fire?
There is one simple way to stop the fires: stop the trees from burning. If you