IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Whitebark pine occurs in subalpine and timberline zones from west-central British Columbia (55o N) east to west-central Alberta and south to central Idaho, southwestern Wyoming, and southern California (36o N). Its distribution splits into 2 broad sections, 1 following the Coast and Cascade ranges and the Sierra Nevada, and the other following the northern Rocky Mountains. Scattered populations occur between the 2 sections in Great Basin regions of eastern Washington and Oregon and northern Nevada [17,21,128]. The Flora of North America provides a distributional map of whitebark pine. The Whitebark and Limber Pine Information System provides distributional information at the stand level.


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