Redwood National Park


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a national park in California featuring a redwood forest and Pacific Ocean coastline

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Encroaching conifers obscure a stand of oak in Redwood National Park.
7 feet in this century, as projected by the California Climate Change Center, would lead to flooding by storm surges and the permanent inundation of low-lying areas in Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and Redwood National Park.
But I really don't think that there are any walruses or unicorns in Redwood National Park.
THE movie was shot in Redwood National Park, northern California, an area aptly named The Lost Coast.
At the conclusion of his successful battle to create a large-scale Redwood National Park, Burton was asked by one environmental activist why he had fought so hard for the legislation--after all, Burton was notoriously allergic to anything outdoors.
The coastal section of California's Redwood National Park, for example, is an outstanding place to watch California gray whales as they swim from the Bering Sea in Alaska to warm-water calving grounds in Baja California.
1(st) prize: A Redwood Adventures package for two that includes a one night stay in a cabin and a half-day guided eco-tour of Redwood National Park.
the here f the orld's Our road trip had begun in the extreme north of the state where we experienced the majesty of the Redwood National Park.
Redwood National Park is great, but nearby Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park might just trump it in grandeur.
in 1968 when the first Redwood National Park was formed.
Another old-growth champion is a 511-point grand fir in Redwood National Park.
Visiting Hot Springs and not taking a thermal bath in the 4,000-year-old water is comparable to going to Redwood National Park and never looking up.
Humboldt County: Clam Beach, 12 miles north of Eureka; also Redwood National Park in Orick.
It's one of the wettest spots in North America, and the biomass of the moss--the sheer volume of plant matter--that builds up because of all the moisture is greater than, say, you'd find at Redwood National Park along the coast of Northern California.
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