Science Wallpapers: Seattle's Pacific Science Center is one of the city's major attractions.
1. The official state flower of Washington is the Coast Rhododendron.
2. The official state tree of Washington is the Western Hemlock.
3. The official state bird of Washington is the Willow Goldfinch.
4. Washington is home to 188 State Parks and 3 National parks.
5. Washington State is divided into ten geographical regions:
6. The state of Washington has 10 volcanoes, and more than 3,000 glaciers.
7. The five largest cities in Washington (by population size) are
in that order.
8. Washington State has 16 private universities.
9. The state of Washington is named after George Washington.
10. Native American Indian tribes from Washington include
Above: The space-agey EMP Museum in Seattle.
Antioch University, Seattle
Argosy University/Seattle, Seattle
The Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle
Bainbridge Graduate Institute, Seattle
Bastyr University, Kenmore
Charter College, Bellingham
City University of Seattle, Bellevue
Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle
DeVry UniversityBellevueFederal Way
DigiPen Institute of Technology, Redmond
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Seminary, Tacoma
Below: Seattle's world-famous Space Needle
is one of America's most popular Science Wallpapers.
Gonzaga University, Spokane
Heritge University, Toppenish
Interface College, Spokane
Northeastern University, Seattle Campus, Seattle, WA
Northwest Theological Seminary, Lynnwood
Northwest University, Kirkland
Pacific Lutheran University, Parkland
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, Yakima
St. Martin's University, Lacey
Seattle Bible College, Seattle
Seattle Pacific University, Seattle
Seattle University, Seattle
Matteo Ricci College, Seattle
Trinity Lutheran College, Everett
Below: The Seattle Monorail.
Above: The Washington State University campus in Pullman.
Above: A children's summer science camp at University of Washington.
Above and Below: The lush magnificence of rainforests in Olympic National Park.
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Above: Wild horses cavort through central Washington's rocky desert landscapes.
In fact, more than 5,000 wild horses roam the Yakima Indian Reservation
Above: Ripe and ready grapes around harvest time at a vineyard in Bellingham.
Above: Ruby Beach in Forks, Washington.
Above: The Blue Mountains near Walla Walla.
Above: Aiki Beach just after sunset.
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