The fifth in our seven part series of how to spot a healthy forest

large_Swans-Crossing-March-2015-Copyright-Forestry-Corporation-NSW-024-small.jpgA healthy forest is not only one that supports the living creatures with in it, but also provides a place for us to visit and enjoy through hiking, boating, camping and other recreational activities. About one million hectares of state owned forest in NSW is protected for wildlife in NSW. For a list click on the following link visitations. Image is of Swans Crossing, in the Kerewong State Forest, a very popular picnic and camping area