NATIONAL FORESTS OF WYOMING
BLACK HILLS NATIONAL FOREST
A little south of the Bighorn National Forest on the eastern boundary of Wyoming, is another, the fourth forest region in the State. It rises gradually from the sagebrush upland and changes imperceptibly until soon after going into it, one can look back over the open plains just traversed. However, most of the Black Hills National Forest lies across the line in South Dakota and may more properly be considered as part of another region.