RNA: Mill Creek Cove
Forest: Sabine, National Forests and Grasslands in Texas
District: Yellow Pine
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Ecological/Physical Description: American beech – southern magnolia, Proposed RNA includes the largest remaining old–growth, never-harvested beech–magnolia forest known to all experts. Contains eight forest types, five champion trees, and rare plants.
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Last Modified: 9/29/2015 by Mary Mallinson Long (firstname.lastname@example.org)