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If you're looking to experience diversity in nature, you don't have to travel farther than the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Pacific Region. Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and the islands of Hawaii and the remote Pacific offer a comprehensive array of landscapes and wildlife. Begin your journey below.

  • Find a Refuge or Hatchery

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    Connect with nature on-the-ground through the National Wildlife Refuge System and National Fish Hatcheries. Fishing, hunting, hiking, birding, photography, paddling, and education are all among the expansive calatog of activities.

    Start by finding a refuge or hatchery near you, as there's almost sure to be one. But we're willing to bet you'll enjoy yourself enough to venture even farther once you know what these lands, your lands, have to offer.

    Search state-by-state for a Refuge or Hatchery
  • More Outdoor Opportunities

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    As awesome as refuges and hatcheries are, we know we're not the only show in town. And as far as we're concerned, it's just great to get outside and connect with nature. So here are some resources you can use to look for other outdoor opportunities in the Pacific Northwest and the Hawaiian and Pacific Islands.

    Find more ways to get outside
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Last Updated: June 13, 2014
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