Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center
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Beautiful – rain or shine. Make sure to check out their website for guided walkabouts and fun in the great outdoors!
If you love the outdoors, bird watching and being one with nature than this is the walk for you.
Great for bird lovers. Lots of trails and they have a birding expert on Saturdays at 9 most weekends to show you the local birds.
A wildlife preserve on the Nisqually River Delta. Beautiful walking trails and nature views. Daily fee: $3.00 per 4 adults (as of November 2019)
It's a short hike to see wild life refuge. The hike is mostly on a board walks and a little bit of gravel as you get closer to the wild life area. There is an old barn where i can take cool photography towards the end of hike right before the wild life refuge.
Wildlife preserve with a huge waterfowl population. 3 miles of boardwalk out onto the tide flats for viewing the estuary. There is a fee to park, payable at a kiosk at the parking lot. 15 minutes away.
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