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By: Gerry Ellis and Karen Kane
159 pages, 170 col photos
Carpeting the northwestern edge of North America is a forest of magnificent proportions, the last stronghold of the great virgin temperate forests of the world. The authors reveal the beauty, diversity and fragility of the Douglas fir, western redcedar, Sitkar spruce, hemlock and numerous other species that cloak this region.
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