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NOTE: This event has been canceled for 2020. The Columbia National Wildlife Refuge begins in the small eastern Washington farming community of Othello. From the bustling Main Street, the refuge stretches northwest for uninterrupted miles upon miles of channeled scablands, rocky slopes, basalt landscapes and ancient, dried out creek beds. The Drumheller Channels The Drumheller…

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Leon the Adventure Kitty, Explore Washington State

We hope you enjoy this guest post written by Megan, @leonadventurecat about her experience with adopting, and harnessing her new kitten. I hadn’t had a single thought about getting a cat until I saw Leon’s photo on the SCRAPS (Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service) page as I was scrolling through Facebook.  I had been…

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Turnball National Wildlife Refuge

The Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge covers an expansive 18,000 acres in the Channeled Scablands, and contains an uncommon ecosystem, including “basalt outcrops, flood eroded channels, and ponderosa pine forests.” With over 130 marshes, wetlands and lakes, a visit to the Turnbull Refuge is one you will never forget. The History Around 15,000 years ago, the…

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alligator Predators of the Heart

Predators of the Heart is a special animal refuge located in Anacortes, Washington. They are a non-profit organization that is dedicated to nurturing and helping “all species of wild animals who, for various reasons, find themselves without a place to live out their lives.” This is a one-of-a-kind refuge in the state. From foxes, vultures, and…

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Damon Point

There’s something about getting out into the wilderness that refreshes the mind and the body. A little dirt and fresh air helps us put a new perspective on life and reminds of the vastness of our wild world. Thank goodness there are places we can go to recharge and renew! One of Washington’s best outdoor…

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Point Defiance Park in Tacoma Washington

Point Defiance Park in nestled at the end of the scenic Ruston Way Waterwalk in the north end of Tacoma, and is home to three of the city’s most popular destinations for families and large groups. History of Point Defiance Park Point Defiance Park began as a military reservation after the Wilkes Expedition visited Puget Sound in…

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