Olympic national park, Washington state, western USA
The Olympic national park lies on the Olympic peninsula which sticks out into the Pacific ocean. covering over 1400 square miles, this area has a wide variety of wildlife including land mammals such as black bears, mountain goats, goats, elk, Roosevelt elk, foxes, a variety of deer and Douglas Squirrel. Sea mammals include sea otters, Sea lions, grey whales, humpback whales, dolphin and orca. Birds that you can see include bald eagles.