The importance of leaving Habitat Snag trees in our local forest


Snag trees and healthy ecosystems

What are the ecological benefits of a snag tree?

Standing dead trees, called snags, provide birds and mammals with shelter to raise young and outstanding placement with unobstructed vantage points.

As forest ecologist Jerry Franklin, likes to say: "A dead tree is more alive than a live tree." Alive with critters from large to small, that is!  Click the link below to find out more on the positive outcomes with habitat trees.

The Benefits of Leaving Habitat Snag Trees