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Timber Point trail at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.
Credit: Bri Rudinski/USFWS

Three new National Recreation Trails on refuges

Trails on national wildlife refuges in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts are among the 28 newly named national recreation trails. Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, recently announced the designation under President Obama’s America’s Great Outdoors program to promote outdoor recreation and reconnect Americans to nature. The newly designated trails include the Mud Pond Trail at Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge in New Hampshire, the Timber Point Trail at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in Maine and the Hellcat Interpretive Trail at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Massachusetts.

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Published on: Wednesday, June 05,2013

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