Redwood National Park

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The Redwood National and State Parks are temperate rainforests located along the coast of Northern Carolina, USA. The RNSP contain 133,000 acres and is located entirely within Del Norte and Humboldt Counties. The park consists of 4 different parks; Redwood National Park, California's Del Norte Coast, Jedediah Smith, and Prairie Creek Redwoods State Parks. The four parks protect 45% of the remaining redwood trees. The redwood trees are the tallest and the most massive trees in the world.

The RNSP protect 38,982 acres of old-growth forest, contributing to environmental sustainability. Due to these temperate rainforests found in the RNSP, several animals such as the spotted owl, the marbled murrelet, the bald eagle, black bears, cougars, and
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Lack of money have not allowed major improvements and timber-production companies have replanted much of the logged area with non-native, wood-producing trees. The coastline areas have been invaded by exotic sea species, partly because the park gave all attention on vanquishing forest fires, that is until the 1980s. During the 1980s, a fire management plan was made that allows the park to focus its available income on improving less-major problems, compared to forest fires. Now, the park is transforming logged areas into public drives, so that visitors can enjoy a beautiful view of redwood tree, but the safety measures still haven’t been met. Park employees perform air and water quality surveys and monitor endangered/threatened …show more content…
It preserves various flora and fauna, and the world famous redwood trees. The massive area protects useful animals, like the banana slug and endangered species, such as the spotted owl. The management system can be improved, especially to help the animals living near the coastline. The fire management plan helped, but the park’s current income is low because there isn’t anything new. If the logged areas were transformed into scenic drive routes, it would majorly improve the Redwood National and State Park’s economy. In the end, funding is the most important problem to be solved, and the public is there to help. The people do care for animals, especially those who are endangered, so they would definitely donate money. Using this money, the park would drive away the invading animals in the coastline and create drive routes, which at the end of the day, makes the public

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