The Coast Douglas Fir is a tree native to the western portion of the United States. It inhibits parts of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and California. These trees are found in areas ranging from sea level to 5,500 feet above sea level, along the coast regions and west of the mountain ranges located in the Pacific Northwest. They can be found spotting the forests on the western side of the Sierra Nevadas and into most of the northwestern corner of California.

Douglas Fir trail in Canada

Why are these locations ideal environments for the Coast Douglas Fir? Check out the Habitat page to find out!






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