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Two male cardinals at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Del.
Two male cardinals at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Del.
Credit: Dales Fuzzy Photos


Great scenic drives on national wildlife refuges


To really explore a national wildlife refuge, of course, you’ll want to get out of your car. But occasionally time is short, or you want to get the lay of the land before you set out on foot. No problem. Many refuges – Bombay Hook in Delaware, Blackwater in Maryland, and E.B. Forythe in New Jersey, for example – have driving loops that you can tour by car, observing wildlife and stopping for short walks if you like.

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Published on: Friday, August 23,2013


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