a tract of sandy or peaty soil in which pine trees are the principal growth, as in low-lying areas near the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the U.S.
The pine barren's frog, northern bog lemming, golden-crowned kinglet and lynx are adapted to living in the acidic habitat.
The tiger salamander inhabits sandy pine barren areas with temporary or permanent pools for breeding.
The pine barren forest and forest openings offer chances to see migrating warblers.
The dunes now support a pine barren ecology normally found only in coastal areas.