Olympic Deer on Foggy Ridge

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High on sub-alpine ridges near Obstruction Point and Hurricane Ridge, winds shift the fog to reveal a glimpse of a Columbian black tail deer. Wildlife has room to roam in the park, which covers 922,651 acres. <br />
Congress designated 95% of Olympic National Park as wilderness in 1988. Human contact is minimal: There are no through roads, only <br />
spurs to trails for hiking and horseback riding.
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High on sub-alpine ridges near Obstruction Point and Hurricane Ridge, winds shift the fog to reveal a glimpse of a Columbian black tail deer. Wildlife has room to roam in the park, which covers 922,651 acres.
Congress designated 95% of Olympic National Park as wilderness in 1988. Human contact is minimal: There are no through roads, only
spurs to trails for hiking and horseback riding.
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