Redwood National Park The Trees of Mystery

Redwood National Park is located in Humboldt California.


History of the park and/or area: Redwood National Park was established in 1968, and founded by Jedediah Smith.

Things to do/see while visiting the park: You can go camping, fishing, tree ogling, and hiking.

You can see bears, deer, elk, and the wonderful redwood trees.

Ways to protect the park: Pick up the trash you see, throw away your trash don’t cut the trees down, plant more trees.

Other Interesting facts: Redwoods are one of the world's greatest natural wonders and is considered one of the tallest trees in the world.

Redwoods trees are about 350 feet tall.

These trees can live for as long as hundred of years.

Redwood trees are native to California and Oregon.

Coast redwoods are able to grow from only a seed to 100 feet tall in only 50 years!

Some of these trees can grow 6 whole feet in only one year.

The native range of coast redwood is from the northern California coast north to the southern Oregon coast.

Redwood National Park is home to multiple environments, which includes beautiful coastlines, lush forests, many rivers and even prairies.

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