Ancient redwood trees and California’s oldest state park have been devastated by the recent wildfires

Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park, has been greatly devastated by recent wildfires. The park is home to ancient redwood trees, some well over a thousand years old. It is still not known how many of the trees have burned. Many of the park’s historic buildings and campgrounds have also been destroyed.

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