Support Wildlife In Southern Appalachian Forests
Last updated 6/29/2020 at 11:54am
Forests in the Southern Appalachians are some of the most biologically diverse temperate forests in the world: however, these forests have departed from healthy conditions and many wildlife and plant species are in decline due to a lack of habitat diversity.
At 1.04 million acres, the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests are one of the best opportunities to meaningfully benefit wildlife at a landscape-scale because of the large land base under one ownership and the unique forest types found on the forests (e.g. high elevation spruce-fir forests) that are critical for many wild...