Wildlife Refuge on the Nisqually

This is from a very beautiful area of the Puget Sound, where the Nisqually river, which originates upon the majestic snow-clad slopes of Mount Rainier, meets the salt water of the Puget Sound, connecting with the world Ocean beyond...

There is a wonderful 5.5 mile loop trail around what was once a farm. The loop trail is scheduled to close in an effort to further ecological restoration. Gorgeous place.

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