Global Climate Change Comes to Carnation Washington

Under the old railroad trestle bridge over the Tolt River, WA.
Same location as above during typical winter stream flow.
Tolt river from same location as above during typical winter stream flow.
Tolt River, flood stage.
Tolt River from the similar vantage, typical winter stream flow.
Tolt river at flood stage.
Tolt river photographed from close to the same location as photo above during typical winter stream flow.
A new addition to Carnation. This entirely new log jam is about about 300 metres long and and 40 feet wide or wider in places, at the confluence of the Snoqualmie and Tolt rivers. It has completely obliterated a two lane gravel road that ran along the edge of the river here.
Looking north on Highway 203 just north of Carnation, WA
Flooded farm in the Snoqualmie Valley, WA.
Flooded house for sale. Carnation, WA
Flooded neighborhood in Carnation, WA.
Carnation Tree Farm, WA
Highway 203, just south of downtown Carnation, WA.
Flooded farm field south of Carnation caused by a burst levee on the Tolt River.
Highway 203 in Carnation, WA

Reptiles, Amphibians, and Insects

Rough-skinned Newt, Umpqua Dunes, Oregon Coast Rough-skinned Newt, Umpqua Dunes, Oregon Coast
Northern Alligator Lizard, Umpqua Dunes, Oregon Coast Northern Alligator Lizard, Umpqua Dunes, Oregon Coast
10-lined June Beetle?, Umpqua Dunes, Oregon Coast

 

Cascades frog, Commonwealth Basin, Central Washington Cascades

 

 

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