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    Spent a a good three hours here in early june with my wife and three teens. Had a wonderful experience for sure. Lots of birds and great views. Worth your time for sure.

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    Fantastic place for a half day trip. Here is a list of Pros and Cons for easy reading.Pros:- Huge, with varied terrain. There are winding paths through light forest, open areas with ponds, and swampy areas with look out towers.- Lots of birds. There are geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, pigeons, red-winged blackbirds, american robin, barn swallow, bushtit, marsh wren, gadwall, and many sparrows. Basically ~50-60 species at any given time, which change depending on time of year.- Feeding. They sell bird seed for $1 a bag. Most larger birds will eat out of your hand if you have a little patience and don’t chase them. Smaller birds might come down if you’re really patient.- This place is a photographers dream. They even have bird blinds in several areas.- Lots of farms with fruit stands, fruit picking, and ice cream on the way in.Cons:- No pets allowed. Seriously, leave fido at home. Don’t leave your pet in the car.- Closes at 4pm, and you must be out and driving by 5pm. Don’t go there halfway through your day. The best activity (and bird songs) are in the morning anyway.All in all, an amazing place for a date, to relax with a book (on one of the many benches), or to get away from the electronics that dominate daily life.

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    Being a birder in the pacific north west it’s one of the best places to see a wide range of birds and different birds during different seasons

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    Very beautiful. But be aware, they don’t allow dogs in the sanctuary.

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    excellent place to visit, but try not to have close contact with these lovely birds during the avian flu period.