Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest: Quiz

Question 1: The Illinois River is a major tributary of the Rogue in the Klamath Mountains, while the Sixes, Elk, Pistol, Chetco, and Winchuck rivers drain the Coast Range directly to the ________.
Indian OceanPacific OceanAtlantic OceanArctic Ocean

Question 2: Nearly all of the National Forest is mountainous, and includes parts of the Southern Oregon Coast Range, the Klamath Mountains, and the ________.
Cascade RangeCascades (ecoregion)Mount RainierCascade Volcanoes

Question 3: The Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest contains all or part of eight separate designated ________ areas, which together add up to 565,900 acres (2,290 km2)[2]:
WildernessEcosystemNatureNatural environment

Question 4: The Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest is a United States National Forest located on both sides of the border between the states of Oregon and ________.
CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaSacramento, California

Question 5: [2] Forest headquarters are located in ________.
Ashland, OregonJacksonville, OregonMedford, OregonEugene, Oregon

Question 6: [6] A 1993 Forest Service study estimated that the extent of ________ in the Forest was 345,300 acres (139,700 ha)[7] some of which occurs in the Red Buttes Wilderness.
NatureEcologyOld-growth forestNatural environment

Question 7: The lands were transferred to the ________ in 1906, and it became a National Forest on March 4, 1907.
Center for Nutrition Policy and PromotionNational Park ServiceUnited States Forest ServiceForeign Agricultural Service

Question 8: The National Forest is home to some stands of old growth, including Port Orford cedar and ________ in the Copper Salmon area.

Question 9: On September 9, 1942, an airplane dropped bombs on Mount Emily in the Siskiyou National Forest, turned around, and flew back over the ________.
Atlantic OceanArctic OceanPacific OceanIndian Ocean

Question 10: ________
List of largest United States National ForestsWashingtonUtahList of U.S. National Forests

Source: The Full Wiki (–_Siskiyou_National_Forest)