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    Redwood

    National and State Parks California

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  • WARNING: High Tides (up to 8 ft or 2.4 m) This Week

    Please exercise extreme caution when entering coves, jetties, and coastal areas with steep cliffs (e.g. Carruthers Cove). There is great potential for entrapment, as higher than usual tides may flood normally present beaches and escape routes. More »

  • Warning: Elk Calving Season, Elk Can Be Aggressive

    Female (cow) elk are defensive of their newly born calves. As people approach, a cow may charge and/or rear up and lash out with her front legs. For your safety, STAY 500 FEET AWAY from elk, at all times. More »

  • Davison Road Maintenance begins 7/7/2014. Expect delays.

    Beginning July 7, road crews will be grading sections of Davison Road between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm. Visitors to Gold Bluffs Beach and Fern Canyon should expect 30 minute delays.

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The Common Mission of Redwood National and State Parks is to preserve, protect, and make available to all people, for their inspiration, enjoyment, and education, the ancient forests, scenic coastlines, prairies and streams, and their associated natural and cultural values, which define this World Heritage Site; and to help people forge emotional, intellectual, and recreational ties to these parks.

Monetary donations are graciously accepted and directly benefit the park. Funds will be used for visitor services and safety, as well as projects that protect natural and cultural resources.

Donations may be made by check or money order payable to "National Park Service."

Send to: Superintendent

Redwood National and State Parks

1111 Second St.

Crescent City, CA 95531

If you are making a donation in someone's honor, please include the name and address of that person or a member of the family and they will receive an acknowledgement note.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Did you see that bullet cross the treetops? That's the marbled murrelet! The robin-sized seabird nests on the branches of old-growth conifer trees and flies to and from the ocean at 60 miles per hour. In the ocean, it feeds on fish. This bird is listed as state-endangered and federally-threatened.