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An endangered red wolf at the Tacoma Park Zoo’s captive breeding facility in Washington state.

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Endangered red wolves move through the captive breeding facility at the Tacoma Park Zoo in Washington state.

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A red wolf pup is netted for easy handling at the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.

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A red wolf stares down the camera at the Tacoma Park Zoo’s captive breeding facility in Washington state.

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An endangered red wolf and its pup at the Tacoma Park Zoo’s captive breeding facility in Washington state.

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Red wolf parents and pup at the Tacoma Park Zoo’s captive breeding facility in Washington state.

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Houses fill the desert canyon in the St. George/Washington Utah area. This is one of the fastest-growing areas in the state.

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Native Americans fish for salmon on the Columbia River in Washington.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native American man fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Native Americans fishing for salmon the Hoh river on the Olympic peninsula in Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Clear-cutting in the Olympic National Forest, Washington.

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Old growth logs are readied for export in Washington state.

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Old growth logs are readied for export in Washington state.

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Old growth logs are readied for export in Washington state.

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Old growth logs are readied for export in Washington state.

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Old growth logs are readied for export in Washington state.

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