Heavy lifting took place on the Elwha nearshore as backhoes removed rock armoring from the river’s mouth. (Anne Shaffer)

Eroded Elwha River beach transformed after armoring removed

Experts were surprised by how quickly the beach was transformed and the shorebirds and otters returned

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