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Willapa
National Wildlife Refuge


Dunlin are softball-sized shorebirds that spend the winter feeding on the rich mudflats within Willapa National Wildlife Refuge/Photo courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach
3888 State Route 101
Ilwaco, WA   98624
E-mail: willapa@fws.gov
Phone Number: 360-484-3482
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/willapa/
Dunlin rest on the mudflats of Willapa Bay/Photo courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach
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  Interpretation
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A curving accessible boardwalk brings visitors up close to the tideland marsh and steam. Artwork along the boardwalk tells the story of the stream and the many species who live there. An additional 2/3 mile loop hiking trail, the "Cutthroat Climb," leads hikers up the valley near the ridgeline and to the headwaters of the straem. Although fairly short, this upper trail can be a real workout!


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