Fall is a busy time for visitors to (and inhabitants of) DNR-managed state trust lands

Bighorn sheep
Bighorn sheep in Loomis State Forest. Photo: Chris Marcolin/DNR.

It’s fall. Leaves are falling. And bighorn sheep, like this one spotted in Loomis State Forest in Okanogan County, have been busy bulking up for winter.

See more fall scenery photos on our blog earlier this week or, better still, get out soon and enjoy the scenery firsthand.

Know before you go! Check our recreation page for the latest open and closure notices. www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.

Use your Discover Pass for state lands — it’s your ticket to Washington’s Great Outdoors.

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