Bear Creek

Bear Creek and its tributaries drain the eastside of the magnificent King Range. The provides suitable habitat for coho salmon and steelhead, as well as old growth forests for northern spotted owl. Federal officials recently identified the creek as essential for the recovery of threatened salmon and steelhead. Significant historic and prehistoric sites are located
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Redwood Creek Proposed Wild and Scenic River

Redwood Creek flows north through Redwood National Park, past the small community of Orick, and into the Pacific Ocean. Approximately 20 miles of Redwood Creek are located in Redwood National Park. The Nationwide Rivers Inventory identified numerous outstanding values for Redwood Creek. The creek flows through old growth and second growth redwood forests, including the
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Little South Fork Elk River and Salmon Creek Proposed Wild and Scenic Rivers

The Headwaters Forest Reserve encompasses the headwaters of the Little South Fork Elk River and Salmon Creek. These streams are key components of the old-growth redwood forest community. The ecological values of the streams include unparalleled diversity of plant and animals species, including old growth redwoods, marbled murrelet, northern spotted owl, bald eagle, Coho and
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