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1. Is the white ash tree endangered or is it a protected variety?

2. How does the white ash tree interact with animals/birds?

3. What is the white ash's growth season?

No, the white ash tree is not endangered or protected as far as I can find out.
However, it is susceptible to decline disease because of a virus (mycoplasma-like organism MLO).
Squirrels might build nests in its branches.Squirrels and birds might eat its winged seeds as food. It is a deciduous tree, so it has its leaves from mid-spring till mid-fall.

Anthony R. Brach, Ph.D.

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