A red and black woodpecker perched on a tree branch.

The story of Coastal Douglas-fir forests: Conservation, connectivity, and individual responsibility

Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) forests and the diverse collection of ecological communities characteristic to the shores of the Salish Sea are globally rare. They are influenced by a unique interaction between climate, topography and geography, and while some CDF species can be found across borders, the combination of communities found on southern BC’s coast are found nowhere else in the world.



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