Requa California~

The Klamath River Estuary is where the 257 mile Klamath River empties into the sea in the community of Requa California.

Requa is located,

on Yurok Native Land.

Portions of Redwood National Park lie within these Yurok lands.

Jim provides perspective.

This is Northern California wilderness,

centered around the wild Klamath River.

The Yurok’s are California’s largest Native American tribe with a population of nearly 5000.

Their territory extends about 40 miles up river. Click to enlarge and you can see the small community of Requa on the left bank of the river.

Cheers to you from Klamath River and Requa California, in Yurok Country~

For more on Yurok lands & The Klamath River, see:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klamath_River

https://www.yuroktribe.org/our-history

177 thoughts on “Requa California~

  1. What a lovely nature and GREAT photography,
    I’m in love specially with those so so so beautiful tall and old trees.

    Thank you so much for sharing with us all these beauty,
    Blessings, ❤❤❤
    Gol

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  2. A feast for the eyes. The redwoods are so beautiful and lush. I’ve just watched a news story about the drought in California, so it’s good to see that some areas are still verdant. I follow a gal on instagram, she’s in the UK and her folk live coastal. I’ve fallen totally in love with the sweet faces of sea lions she’s photographed. They look like puppy dogs of the ocean 💛 xK

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  3. Thank you for sharing your beautiful travel photos! I’ve just found your site by googling “Switzerland” and I’m so enjoying all of your photos. Thanks for sharing!!

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