1. Jim Hickman

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    It was a cold cloudless day with a daytime high temperature of about 30 degrees. The fall leaves had mostly fallen and the wooden bridge-ways were covered in frost. The Refuge was active as the migration was well underway. I photographed Mallard, Widgeon, Snow and Canadian geese, an American Bittern and finally a Blue Heron. It is hard to imagine a better place to come and spend a morning or afternoon exploring all that the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge has to offer, especially in the light of the meager $3.00 price of admission!

  2. Joshua Beloungy

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    Good experience, it is $3 per family which is good for all you see, definitely going back.

  3. Daniel Stubbs

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    GET THERE EARLY ON WEEKENDS! Parking lot is small to keep the paths from getting crowded so you need to get in before 10:00. There is a un-enforced 3 doller charge per family/car load. Still a very cheap way to spend a day.

  4. Lynn Morrow

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    This is a neat spot for wildlife viewing. We are excited to go back each month to see the different birds that are present.

  5. Timothy Johnson

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    This is a great place to get away for quiet walk see nature eagles,geese crabs and more .