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McNary National Wildlife Refuge

McNary National Wildlife Refuge Review

More than 200 species of birds have been identified here, and many waterfowl make it their winter home. But its 15,000 acres of water and marsh, croplands, grasslands, trees, and shrubs are most enjoyable in spring and summer, when there is no hunting. The Environmental Education Center features hands-on exhibits. A self-guided 2-mile trail winds through the marshes, and a cabinlike blind hidden in the reeds allows you to watch wildlife up close. Other recreation includes boating, fishing, hiking, and horseback-riding.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 64 Maple Rd., ¼ mile east of U.S. 12, south of Snake River Bridge, Burbank, WA, 99323 | Map It
  • Phone: 509/546–8300
  • Cost: Free, $10 hunting fee
  • Hours: Daily during daylight hrs. Headquarters Mon.–Thurs. 8–4:30, Fri. 8–3:30
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  • Location: Kennewick
Updated: 03-22-2013

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