Douglas firs are native to North America and live up to 1,000 years. Firs grow up to 330 feet, and have long needles and scaled cones.
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Numerous animals rely on Douglas firs for survival, from the threatened spotted owl to the red tree vole.
A quintessential figure of the American West, the Douglas fir can be found everywhere from Mendocino to Yosemite.