Puget Sound Lowlands
The Puget Sound Lowlands is loacated in the central part of Western
Washington State. It is bordered by; the Olympic Mountians in the west, Cascade Mountians in the east, NorthWest Interior to the north, and Willipa Hills to the south.
This region was formed by three main forces; the only Southern Part due
to Mt. Rainer during an eruption, glaciers from the last Ice Age, and rivers.
Some of the natural features of this regions are bays, rivers, bodies of
salt-water and islands. The rivers in the Puget Sound Lowlands are Scaget,
Stillaguamish, Snohomish, Skykomish, Puyallup, and the Nisqually river. The
major bays are Fort Gardner in Everett, Elliot Bay in Seattle, Comencement
Bay in Tacoma. The bodies of salt-water in this region are the Puget Sound,
and Hood Canal. The three major island of the region are Whidbey, Camoa,
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