Monday, January 14, 2008

This is an odd shaped part of a tree trunk we found while on our hike. We couldn't decide if it looked like a huge bat, or a weird bird. And it was really big. About 8 feet tall and just as wide. There are lots of animals in the Hoh forest and Olympic National Park. We did see some birds, squirrels, and deer. But I didn't get to see any of the Roosevelt elk that live in the Hoh and Park. There are also bear, mountain lions, bobcat, martins, fishers (like a martin) chipmunks, squirrels, snow moles, (that live under many feet of snow in winter) salamanders, trout, salmon, and of course the banana slugs. (I didn't get a photo of the slugs. They were to gross.)

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