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Travel Into The Wilderness Of Olympic National Park And Listen To The Sounds Of Nature


Have you ever stopped in the backcountry of a national park and just listened to the nature around you? The following video from Olympic National Park lets you not only listen to nature, but gaze across the park's wilderness.

Enjoy the symphony of nature in one of the most acoustically diverse wilderness areas of the country as we follow the wilderness cry from the alpine region of the Olympic Mountains down through the canopies of the old growth forests and temperate rainforest into the raging waters of the wilderness coast. With 95 percent of its land a designated wilderness, Olympic National Park protects a unique and endangered resource: natural sound.

From the mountaintops down through the rain forests and out to the coastline, this video is almost -- but not quite -- as good as being in Olympic in person!

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