Do you know? In which state is the Largest Forest of United States

The Tongass National Forest is indeed a sight to behold. Located in Southeast Alaska

it's the largest national forest in the United States, spanning a whopping 17 million acres. 

The Tongass is a temperate rainforest, meaning it receives plenty of rainfall and boasts lush greenery year-round.

It's home to a diverse range of ecosystems, including towering old-growth forests, glaciers, fjords, mountains, and islands. 

This incredible landscape is teeming with life. Over 400 species of birds call the Tongass home, including eagles, hawks, and owls

Mammals like bears, wolves, and deer also roam the forest, while the waters teem with salmon, whales, and other marine life. 

Hiking, camping, fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing are just a few of the activities that visitors can enjoy. 

Tongass National Forest has something to offer everyone.

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