Black cottonwood and white fir are the principal woods used for pulp on the Pacific coast.
It is built of white fir logs, all selected there in the forest.
The meadow, bordered by red and white fir and Jeffrey and lodgepole pine, offers an attractive but cold campsite.
It appeared to belong to the species Abies alba, or white fir, which now reaches 68 N. Lat.
This white fir is a giant of the Sierras, but a tree of medium height in the Rocky Mountains.
Tamarack, white fir and pines climb higher on these warmer slopes.
Nevertheless sign found in the white fir forests in the Big Pines area indicated that flying squirrels may occur there.
The white fir grew to a much larger tree than the Balm-of-Gilead he had known in the East, and the lower branches were tough.
Here and there are charming little nurseries of tiny and growing yellow pines and white fir.
The Norway spruce, or white fir (P. excelsa), is the chief European species.