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I have two days available to visit Sequoia National Park. Which "must see" features can I fit in?
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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, Auto/Motorcycle, Eco Tours, Food/Dining, Guided Tours, Ranger-led Programs, Health & Fitness, Flora & Fauna, Historic Sites, History/Culture, Hiking, Touring
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Hi, 
Thank you for your question!
Sequoia National Park has many must sees, but the essential sight would be the Giant Forest north of the Ash Mountain Sequoia entrance. This forest is filled with over 8,000 gigantic redwoods, including General Sherman, the largest living tree in the world. Second to the redwoods, would be the Tokopah Waterfall that cascades for nearly 1,200 feet. Thirdly, would be Moro Rock, the gigantic granite dome that provides fantastic views of the park.
 
Hope you have a wonderful visit,
Sarah
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Is coyote hunting allowed at the Farmington Damn on Sonora Rd
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Hi, 
 
Thank you for your question! The state of California has very strict laws on coyote hunting and trapping. You must obtain a hunting license from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and can only hunt during certain seasons. You can read more specifics on this subject at this link: http://www.fgc.ca.gov/regulations/current/mammalregs.aspx.
 
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Sarah
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