In California's rugged northwestern corner lies the Prairie Creek Scenic Corridor. This place is the southern gateway into Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP), home to 45 percent of the world's magnificent old-growth redwood forest and the tallest trees in the world. Here you'll find mighty Roosevelt elk, black bears, bobcats, mountain lions, the federally listed northern spotted owl and the federally and state listed marbled murrelet. Learn more about how you can help heal this special place.
If you look at a giant sequoia cone with the bottom end facing you, you will notice that the scales form spirals. This is the Fibonacci sequence found everywhere in nature: in the spiral of snail shells and in the shape of storms and breaking waves, for example.