A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces a photographer on the Switchback Trail after park officials first warned of aggressive goats in the Klahhane-Hurricane Ridge-Switchback Trail in 2008. Park managers are reminding visitors to stay at least 50 yards away from park wildlife.
A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces a photographer on the Switchback Trail after park officials first warned of aggressive goats in the Klahhane-Hurricane Ridge-Switchback Trail in 2008. Park managers are reminding visitors to stay at least 50 yards away from park wildlife. AP file, 2008
A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces a photographer on the Switchback Trail after park officials first warned of aggressive goats in the Klahhane-Hurricane Ridge-Switchback Trail in 2008. Park managers are reminding visitors to stay at least 50 yards away from park wildlife. AP file, 2008

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August 23, 2014 12:00 AM

Olympic visitors reminded to keep 50 yards from animals

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