Many tree species in the United States are in danger of becoming extinct, according to a new research.
According to a recent analysis, drought, wildfires, and severe weather are just some of the climate change .
Challenges that are putting an end to dozens of tree species in the United States.
There are as many as 100 native tree species in the lower 48 states that are in risk of extinction.
According to a research published on Tuesday in Plants People Planet.
This includes 17 species of oaks, 29 species of hawthorns, redwoods, American chestnuts, black ash, and white bark pine.