Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

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Urban Adventure - Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

December is usually a great time to see and photography bald eagles in the shallow wetlands in search of food (usually small water fowl). I'm told that they should be around another week.

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  • Easy
  • Easy
  • Mileage: 4.0 mi

Let's meet in front of the Refuge visitor's center at 9:30 am

Daily fee is $3.00 per four adults. An Interagency Annual Pass (old Golden Eagle), Senior Pass (old Golden Age), or Access Passport, Federal Duck Stamp, or an Annual Refuge Pass will admit the pass holder and 3 additional adults (over age 16).  Children 16 and under enter free.  Each of these passes is available for purchase at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Administration Office and Visitor Center.

Be sure to dress for the weather as it will most likely be damp and cold. In the event of rain, activity will be cancelled.

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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Water, snacks, appropriate outerwear and sturdy shoes.

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