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Managing Kansas Forests for Wildlife. Kansas Forest Service. (2007). Retrieved from . Pisani, George R., Slade, Norman A., & Timm, Robert M. (N.D.). Biotic Regions in Kansas. Retrieved from . Types of Forests. Defenders of Wildlife. Retrieved from . Withgott, J. H., Laposata, M. (2015). Essential Environment: The Science behind the Stories, 5th Edition . [Argosy University]. Retrieved from . Kansas is divided into two different biomes consisting of grasslands in the west and temperate deciduous forests in the east, which is where I live. Temperate deciduous forests consist of midlatitude forests characterized by broad-leafed trees that lose their leave each fall and remain dormant during winter. These forests occur in areas where precipitation is spread relatively evenly throughout the year (Withgott, 2015). Three fourths of the annual rainfall occur during this time, providing
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