The ecological diversity of Redwood National and State Parks is recognized around the globe. The parks and the resources they contain have been designated a World Heritage Site.
Visitors to Redwood National and State Parks have a great chance of seeing California sea lions, giant green sea anemone, bald eagles, Roosevelt elk, salamanders, and of course, a banana slug. The ambitious visitor (and often just lucky) may see many of these all in one day.

There are hundreds of insect species - maybe you'll see the beautiful common green darner.

Last updated: November 1, 2022

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