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Interesting Nature Facts #111 – Temperate Rainforest

by | Dec 22, 2019

The understory and forest floor is where much of the biodiversity is found in the temperate rainforests of the Pacific Northwest. Aside from the tall conifers, there are smaller trees that thrive their shade like maple and dogwood, as well as shade-loving shrubs like Pacific rhododendron, blackberries and salmonberries which feed the astounding array of local wildlife.

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Interesting Nature Facts is a series about the flora, fauna and places that make North America so amazing. Posts include nature photos that are short & sweet, and all about the native and naturalized wildlife that is all around us with just one or two interesting nature facts that you might not know about. If you want to find out even more, simply click on the image or links above!

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