Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary

Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary includes 3,188 square miles of marine waters off the rugged Olympic Peninsula coastline. The sanctuary extends 25 to 50 miles seaward, covering much of the continental shelf and several major submarine canyons. Visitors can learn more about the sanctuary in their Port Angeles Olympic Coast Discovery Center. The sanctuary is rich in natural resources and is teeming with marine mammals, seabirds, kelp and intertidal communities, fish, sea coral, sponges, and other marine wildlife. It also includes important cultural and historical legacies, with more than 200 shipwrecks and sites of cultural importance to the local Makah, Quileuete, Hoh, and Quinault Tribes.
Website: olympiccoast.noaa.gov

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