The Tree Species and Habitat Maps Layers have their own folder in the Map Layers Menu, like the Hunt Folder, Trails & Rec Folder, and Water Folder. If you don't see the Tree Species and Habitat Maps Folder in the My Layers Menu, check the Layer Library.
Deciduous vs. Coniferous: quick breakdown of the type of forest, deciduous, coniferous, or mixed.
Deciduous Tree Distribution: color-coded view of seven different deciduous tree species.
Elm Ash Cottonwood.
Maple Beech Birch.
Oak Gum Cypress.
Coniferous Tree Distribution: color-coded view of six different coniferous tree species.
Fir Hemlock Spruce.
Thermal Deer Cover: coniferous tree species that provide winter cover for deer. Use this layer to find bedding and winter habitat.
Acorn Producing Oaks: mature oak tree forests that have the potential for acorn production for food sources.
Young Aspen Forests: young aspen forests are a key food source for deer and one of the top habitat types for ruffed grouse.
Young Aspen Forest.
Wetland: woody and herbaceous wetlands.