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Wildlife trees are standing dead or dying trees that provide critical habitat, such as food, shelter and nesting sites, for approximately 80 species of birds, mammals and amphibians in British Columbia. Generally, the larger the wildlife tree, the more valuable it is to wildlife. Wildlife trees can be retained in riparian areas, in designated patches, or as individual trees within harvested cutblocks.

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