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Wed February 2, 2011

Visitors rave over new boardwalk at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

Visitors on the new boardwalk at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge experience the estuary in a way nobody has since the early 1900s.
U.S. Department of the Interior

For over a hundred years, nobody saw the mouth of the Nisqually River in its original, natural state. Now, thanks to a new, mile-long boardwalk and the removal of the dikes that fenced the water out, you can experience the estuary in a way that no living person ever has.

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