Olympic National Park Patch

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Olympic National Park Patch

6.00

Patch Size: 2" x 3" 

Originally created as a national monument by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1909, Olympic National Park was designated a national park by President Franklin Roosevelt on June 29, 1938. The park contains over 900,000 acres, 95% of which was set aside as the Olympic Wilderness by Congress in 1988, including glacier-covered mountains, wild rivers, temperate rainforests, and the longest undeveloped coastline in the contiguous United States. This pristine wilderness is home to many endemic species of plant and animal, such as the piper’s bellflower, Olympic marmot and Roosevelt elk.

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