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Feb 16, The charges arose from activity in Novemberwhen three men entered the park during the night and felled a big leaf maple tree. A witness reported hearing chainsaws and seeing people in the woods wearing headlamps. A US Park Ranger of Olympic National Park responded to the scene in daylight and found evidence of the crime. Feb 21, Jeff Penman, an area measurement specialist from the US Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Regional office, stands atop the stump of an old-growth tree felled illegally in Olympic National Forest.
The tree was estimated to be at least years old. Photo/U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Washington. May 04, There are many big trees in the Olympics, but this enormous cedar is so large it has a trail named after it. Plus, it's just a quarter mile from the road. Unfortunately, storms in felled the large tree, though it's no less olympic national park felled tree.
Jul 13, Brett Tingley February 12, An unexplained incident happened in the forests of Olympic National Park on the shores of Washington state, and park service officials and scientists have been left baffled by a lack of definitive explanations. In the early morning hours of January 27th, an extremely powerful force of some kind knocked down over one hundred trees along the north shore of Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Sitka Spruce (, National Champion) Circumference inches Height feet Spread 96 feet Total Points Location: Quinault (Olympic Natl. Forest) Grand Fir (Largest in sequoia fallen tree roots inches feet 43 feet Location: Southeast side Duckabush Trail, Feb 15, OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK - It came in the night, snapping trees like chopsticks.
During the early hours of Jan. 27 more than gigantic old growth trees fell on the north shore of.