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It looks like a cedar. Most evergreens (well, pine tree like plants) are like this. I can give the trees and bushes around my house a shake like this during pollination season and they will produce just as much. When the wind blows, clouds of yellow will pour out of the trees. Some pines will even produce pollen from their bark!The video is a really good example of evergreen pollination.
That was pretty impressive! Here in Atlanta a couple weeks ago, we were watching a squirrel leap from limb to limb in some pine trees and puffs of pollen that looked just like smoke clouds kept popping out.
That is amazing! And I almost sneezed just watching it.
I am going to have to guess that it is a Cedar of some type. Apparently junipers also give off clouds of pollen.Still photos:Cedar tree with cloudCloud from a whole forestVideo:This one has a nice close up of the pollinating structures.Blowing off of pinesin slow motion"it is like fire"
....tree sperm. That's all I can think.