Wood ID

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Jan 22, 2024
New to this and appreciate the help. Wondering what the wood varieties are in this pic… specifically the yellowish, light blond, and whiteish wood. Pretty sure the other is red oak. Located in New England.


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I see sassafras too, first pic, greyish, lower left corner, orange where bark is broken
yellow wood: +1 for mulberry
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