Size: The Chinquapin Oak grows to an average height of around 40 to 50 feet.
Location: The Chinquapin Oak grows in the northern half of the United States.
Fun Facts: The acorns it produces are the choice food for many animals.
Leaf Characteristics: The leaves are in an oval shave with pointed edges and rides leading from the center of the leaf.
Bark: The bark is small wooden pieces going down the length of the whole trunk.
The flowers are green strands coming down from the branch with several flowers on a strand.