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Deciduous Forest Biome

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Some the best places to see the deciduous forest are found in the eastern United States. Here is a list of some accessible areas in the ecoregion designated "Appalachian and Mixed Mesophytic Forests".

  • The Great Smokey Mountains (Tennessee)
  • The Appalachian trail (From Maine to Georgia)
  • The Ozark Mountains (Arkansas)

If you choose a destination other than the mainland US. You can travel to many other places to see the deciduous forest.

Australia

  • Eastern Australia Temperate Forests
  • Tasmanian Temperate Rain Forests
  • New Zealand Temperate Forests

Indo-Malayan

  • Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forest
  • Western Himalayan Temperate Forests

Palearctic

  • Southwest China Temperate Forests
  • Russian Far East Temperate Forests

 

 

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