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Because of its diverse geology and natural history, the area is home to a wide range of wildlife. There are many vegetation types in the area, including densely wooded coniferous forests and rolling grassy hills and meadows. In the lower elevations of the region, Douglas fir and ponderosa pine are more common. The City of Spokane's official tree is the ponderosa, Pine. This is because it is where David Douglas, a botanist, first collected specimens in 1826.
The Canadian Rockies ecoregion is home to 70 mammals, 16 reptiles, amphibians, 168 birds, and 41 fish species. The area is home to a large number of raptors. Bald eagles can be seen near Lake Coeur d'Alene during the kokanee spawning season in December and January. The Washington-native rainbow trout is the most common fish found in these lakes. It is also the state's official fish. Eastern Washington is home to large games such as grizzly and black bears, Rocky Mountain Elk, bighorn sheep, cougars, and Rocky Mountain elk. There are many moose, whitetail deer, mule, and mule deer. In the Inland Northwest, gray wolves are making a comeback. There are 16 wolf packs within eastern Washington as of June 2016. Photo evidence from Mount Spokane State Park in August 2016 confirmed that there was a single wolf.