Lynndie San Miguels Texas ecoregions project
The Sabine National Forest
The Sabine National Forest is made up of 160 -165 Acers. The Sabine National Forest is located in East Texas and makes up part of the Texas and Louisiana border. The environment in the Sabine National Forest has been inhabited for at least 10,000 years. The Sabine National Forest uses 296,100 Acers for sport fishing.
AKA: Canis Rufus
Eats: Raccoons, White Tail Deers
AKA: Ursus Americanus
Eats: Nuts, Berries, Fish, animals, grassroots,( ECT..)
Eats: Mammals, Birds, Reptiles,