Nature Rambles

The moss laden forests of Southeast Alaska
by Ian Markham -- September 3rd, 2016

The moss laden forests of Southeast Alaska represent part of the largest extent of temperate rainforest on the planet stretching all the way to Northern California and holding some of the highest biomass forest anywhere.

The moss laden forests of Southeast Alaska represent part of the largest extent of temperate rainforest on the planet stretching all the way to Northern California and holding some of the highest biomass forest anywhere.

Photo taken at: Sitka, Alaska

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