Angelina National Forest


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Angelina National Forest

Address:111 Walnut Ridge Rd
Zarvalla, TX 75980

Phone:936-897-1068
Fax:936-897-3406
Web: www.fs.fed.us/r8/texas
Size: 153,179 acres.
Location:East-central Texas. Accessible by US 69, TX 63, and TX 147. Nearby cities/towns include Jasper, Lufkin, and San Augustine.
Facilities:Campgrounds, picnic sites, boat launch, trails, archeological sites.
Activities:Camping, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, swimming, water-skiing, hiking, horseback riding, ORV riding.
Special Features:114,500-acre Sam Rayburn Reservoir and Boykin Springs Recreation Area; home to the bald eagle.

See other parks in Texas.
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Observations were made on rate of capture and distribution of the phenomenon in two pitcher plant bogs on the Angelina National Forest, Angelina and Jasper counties, Texas, and in one bog on the Vernon Ranger District of the Kisatchie National Forest in Vernon Parish, Louisiana.
In Texas' Angelina National Forest, his team compared 827 trees with red-cockaded cavities to 110 uninhabited pines.
In the Angelina National Forest, Rakowitz (1983) and Whiting et al.
echinata stands (Mann 1980: SAF cover type 80) with red-cockaded woodpecker nesting clusters in the northern Angelina National Forest were inventoried from December 1986 through January 1987 using the line intercept method (Smith 1966).
However, analysis of the total data set indicated there was a significant change in the composition of the understory woody vegetation in the northern Angelina National Forest with red-cockaded woodpecker nesting clusters from 1987 to 1995 ([chi square] = 185.
Relative frequency, relative density, relative dominance and importance values for woody understory vegetation in 1987 in red-cockaded woodpecker nesting clusters from northern Angelina National Forest.
Ten streams located in the Davy Crockett National Forest and five streams located in the Angelina National Forest of eastern Texas were surveyed during 1995 and 1996 to determine species composition and abundance of freshwater mussels.
The 62,422-hectare Angelina National Forest (ANF) lies in the Neches River basin, and on the north and south sides of Sam Rayburn Reservoir, an impoundment of the Angelina River (Fig.
One hundred ninety one individuals representing nine unionid species and numerous Corbicula fluminea (Family Corbiculidae) were collected from the streams of the Davy Crockett and Angelina National Forest Tables 1 & 2).