Nisqually Board-Walking

:Nisqually Board-Walking

Nisqually Board-Walking

2013-02-22T13:24:45+00:00 February 22nd, 2013|Uncategorized|3 Comments

I recently wrote about a grassroots effort in which I’m involved — to expand the scope of funding for our National Wildlife Refuges. We’ve started the Wildlife Conservation Stamp project to generate public interest and promote the idea and implementation of a birders’, photographers’, and wildlife watchers’ stamp for our Refuges. The details are at our website: WildlifeConservationStamp.org. We also have a Facebook page where support — if you are in favor of the idea — is as simple as a “Like.”

Rather than confuse and anger the Google bots by duplicating content, I’ll be cross-posting here to blog pieces I publish over there. Today’s post is about Nisqually Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, Washington. The biggest draw for visitors is Nisqually’s new and immense boardwalk (2011) which stretches out into the estuary. You can see my write-up and photos on the subject here: Boardwalking at Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge.

About the Author:

3 Comments

  1. Mia McPherson February 23, 2013 at 8:18 am - Reply

    I want to walk that boardwalk!

    • ingrid February 23, 2013 at 10:37 am - Reply

      Mia, the boardwalk is, indeed, amazing. When I first walked it, I remember thinking that if it were in the Bay Area (or Florida, I imagine), not only would I be surrounded by masses of shorebirds, they’d probably be perched all over it. There’s a great, short boardwalk at a sanctuary in So Cal and it’s always used by terns as a resting/preening spot. It’s interesting being on water but still inland from the Pacific, removed from the mass migration we had around the Bay. I have yet to walk the boardwalk at high tide. I’m interested to see how the birds change with the waters.

  2. Bea Elliott February 26, 2013 at 4:07 pm - Reply

    “Liked”! 😉 Good luck in your efforts!

Leave A Comment