The Red Oak tree is native to North America. It is most notably characterized by its leaves, acorns and vibrant color in fall months. They can grow to about 60 - 70ft tall. The leaves consist of alternate leaves that are 4-8inch long with spine tipped lobes. The acorns from a Red Oak act as a food resource for blue jays, wild turkey, squirrels, white tail deer, raccoons and black bears. Historically these trees are used for unique landscape features and is a coveted hardwood for lumber due to its fast growth rate and durability.