A vast forest of bamboo and cedar forests stands at the edge of a small village in Michigan, a National Forest map shows.
Bamboo and cedars were the most important forest species in the state before the advent of modern logging and logging operations, the National Forest said in a statement.
“This area has been home to many species of animals, including deer, moose, black bear, coyote and wild turkey, which have not been seen in the United States,” the statement said.
The area’s forests are protected under the National Environmental Policy Act.
Mashable Australia has been following the project closely, and has obtained a map showing where the forests are located.
National Forest maps are often used by federal governments to identify places to preserve or protect biodiversity.
This map shows where the Miskatonic Valley National Park and National Wildlife Refuge are located in New York State, which has been declared a National Wildlife Sanctuary.
Forest cover in the Miamis is much more extensive than that found in many other states, including parts of New Jersey and New York, according to the National Wildlife Federation.
As a result, a lot of the national parks and wildlife refuges are located close to dense forests.
In the Mias, the forests cover more than 20 square kilometres of land.
Although this is the largest area covered by a national park, it is not as big as some national parks such as Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, which covers over 40 square kilometres, the WWF said.
The Mias National Park is one the largest in the US, with more than 100,000 hectares.
While the forest cover is larger than the largest national parks, it only covers about a quarter of the total area.
It is a part of the Mies National Forest, which is the fourth largest forest in the world.
Its forests cover an area larger than California’s Santa Clara Mountains and the largest forest on the west coast.
A forest is a natural landscape, with vegetation and natural features that are not replanted every year.
There are more than 2,300 species of trees, shrubs and grasses, including about 60 species of birds.
Most of the species found in the forest have not survived the environmental change caused by logging, according the WWF.
Some species, including bamboo and bamboos, are important in preserving water and nutrients in the soil, as well as preventing the loss of valuable plants, it said.