Dana Cusano

The pair of bald eagles watching over their nest, perched high in the trees while the ocean crashes below. 
The black bear traversing the Cliffside.  The stellar sea lion as it flies through the waves. 
The grey whale as it takes a massive breath of salty air. 
The killer whale as itís 6-foot dorsal fin cuts through the water like a knife. 
This is the life that the Pacific Northwest maintains, with its crashing oceans,
snow-capped mountains, and virgin temperate rainforests. 
I cannot think of a single reason why this place should not be preserved, but I can think of countless reasons why it should.

Dana Cusano

 

 

 

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