145 – Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

Why not combine business with pleasure? On our way to Vancouver, WA for a meeting, the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge made a great stop midway along our drive.

At the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge
At the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Several miles of trails run through the grounds, an observation deck and lots of information is provided about the wildlife and inhabitants there.

Bird watching . . .
Bird watching . . .

The Nisqually Wildlife Refuge has easy on and off access from both north and south bound Interstate 5 and is a great place to stretch your legs if you happen to be driving from one end of the State of Washington to the other. For more information, visit their website, here – http://www.fws.gov/refuge/nisqually/.

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