Olympic National Park

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-10-01
  • Publisher: Myreportlinks.Com

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Clouds that cling to mountain peaks, the mossy Hoh Rain Forest, and glaciers that glitter like diamonds atop the Olympic Mountains are all found in the Pacific Northwest's Olympic National Park. Author Susan Jankowski explains how eight different American Indian tribes have links to this area and discusses elements of their culture. She vividly describes the park's unique geological features and wildlife including orcas, Steller sea lions, salmon, and the Roosevelt elk. Readers will learn about environmental threats to the park as well as a wide range of activities that they can do there.

Author Biography

Susan Jankwoski is a writer, journalist, and educator who is currently teaching at a Seattle-area college. Outside the classroom, Susan is a licensed falconer and participates in raptor research studies in Washington State

Table of Contents

About MyReportLinks.com Booksp. 4
Map of Olympic National Parkp. 5
Olympic National Park Factsp. 6
Glaciers and Old-Growth Treesp. 8
A Moving Peninsulap. 26
Roosevelt's Elk: History of the Parkp. 42
Life in a Rain Cloudp. 58
Dangers at Sea and on Ory Landp. 80
Enjoy the Ride in the Wildp. 98
Report Linksp. 116
Glossaryp. 118
Chapter Notesp. 120
Further Readingp. 125
Indexp. 126
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