Fagaceae, Beech Family
- Location: Front of Doane between pathways
- Height: 29.9m
- Circumference: 3.2m
- Reconition Features: Open U Shape between leaf lobes. Twigs always end in buds. Thin bark.
- Historical Notes: Pin oaks are a popular ornamental tree in the United States, because they are fairly easy to transplant (Wikipedia). Name may be in reference to the branches, which contain short, spur-like twigs (Braun 1961).
This tree reduces atmospheric carbon by 3,099 lbs per year! It also conserves 434 kilowatt/hours of energy by cooling its surroundings.