The reserve consists of a pine forest that has occurred after a fire in the early 1800's. There are plenty of dead standing and fallen trees, which is typical of ancient forests. The many dead trees benefit many fungal and insect species that depend on dead wood. The reserve has a high value for conservation of biodiversity. The only trace of logging in the reserve is three stumps in the southeastern part of the area. The fire was most developed in the upper parts of the area where only a few pines survived. Further down the slope, the proportion of old trees. In a humid slump's 300-year-old spruce trees, which entirely escaped the fire. Snags and flames seen over the area.
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