|National Forests of Mississippi|
Restoring Longleaf Pines
|At 1.2 million acres, the National Forests of Mississippi provide some of the best and most varied recreational opportunities in the state. With nearly 2,000 acres of lakes and over 600 miles of streams, healthy populations of whitetail deer, wild turkey and quail, the forests of Mississippi offer something for everyone. While these forests encompass a wide variety of habitats - from rolling hills to coastal plains - a hallmark of these forests is the majestic longleaf pine. Once covering over 90 million acres across the Southeast, longleaf pine has been reduced to less than 3% of its original extent. The remaining longleaf pine ecosystems currently support over 900 endemic plant species, 29 federally threatened or endangered species and nearly 60% of the reptiles and amphibians found in the southeastern states.|
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