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    THERE’S AN AREA of primary forest, including Douglas fir and mountain hemlock, at the east end of Darkwater Lake. There’s a trail into the lake from a parking area beside the road. Watch for large rocks on the right side of the road as you go west toward the lake.

    The area of primary forest can be seen in the photo below: a thin band between the lake and the area of regrowth to the east.

     

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  • The map below is TimberWests account of forest by age class on Quadra Island. It doesnt indicate all of the old forest that has been confirmed by the Discovery Islands Forest Conservation Project, but most of the areas shown in brown are areas of old forest (>250 years).

  •   Return to the Discovery Islands primary forest survey page  

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