What is a forest resources?

Forest resources are for the most part timber. The trees in a large forest thus supply the wood from the trees that are harvested. In a different way, the forests are home to many animals and home to rivers and lakes, where a variety of fish live and breed. Left alone by humans, the forest is a natural place for all types of fish, birds, and animals that feed off each other and are valuable places to preserve. Forests are also a source of oxygen.