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Pierce
National Wildlife Refuge


36062 State Rte 14 (Milepost 36)
Stevenson, WA   98648 - 9541
E-mail: Jim_Clapp@fws.gov
Phone Number: 360-835-8767
Visit the Refuge's Web Site:
http://www.fws.gov/refuge/pierce/
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  Recreation and Education Opportunities

Environmental Education
Pierce Refuge is small, with no public roads or walking trails leading into the refuge. With the exception of occasional special guided tours and educational activities allowed by special use permit, the refuge remains closed to the public. The guided tours meet at the pull-off on the south side of State Route 14, 0.1-mile east of Milepost 36, approximately 1 mile east of Beacon Rock State Park. For more information on scheduled walks, contact Jim Clapp at (360) 835-8767.

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Wildlife Observation
With the exception of special guided tours and educational activities allowed by special permit, the refuge remains closed to the public. The refuge' 391 acres provide sanctuary for wintering waterfowl such as Canada geese and ducks. Visitors to neighboring Beacon Rock State Park may get a bird's-eye view of the birds from a trail on the rock and at the trail's destination viewpoint at the top. You can also view the refuge from a city trail in the bordering town of North Bonneville.

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