Each image shows samples of foliages, cones, bark and the generalized location where the species can be typically located.
Clusters or bundles of 2-5 needles and evergreen? Probably a pine.
Lodgepole Pine; Ponderosa Pine; Western White Pine; Whitebark Pine
Single needles directly attached to the stem? Most likely a member of the spruce, fir, or hemlock family.
Needles that are 4-sided or diamond shaped in cross section and are attached to the twig with wooden pegs? If so you probably have a spruce!
Sitka Spruce; Engelmann Spruce
Needles that are are attached to the twig with suction cups (no pegs or stalks)? If so you probably have a fir!
Pacific Silver Fir; Grand Fir; Noble Fir; SubAlpine Fir
Needles that are flattened and attached to the twig with leaf stalks or stems? You either have a Hemlock or Douglas-Fir.
Needles that are yellow-green to blue-green, 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch long, very fragrant where needle tips are blunt or slightly rounded? If so you probably have a Douglas-Fir!
Needles wider, rounded at ends, green in color, with two white lines on the under surface? If so you probably have a hemlock!
Mountain Hemlock; Western Hemlock
Scale-like leaf? You have either a cedar, cypress or juniper.
Alaska Cedar; Incense Cedar; Port Orford Cedar; True Cedar; Western Red Cedar