Volunteer guide Phil Kelley takes his weekly group of bird-watchers and photographers around the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge while performing their regular counting and identification along the path. Starting at the Visitor Center, stopping points along the 2- to 4-mile walk include the entry road estuary, the boardwalk trail loop out to the Twin Barns and the Nisqually overlook.
Volunteer guide Phil Kelley takes his weekly group of bird-watchers and photographers around the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge while performing their regular counting and identification along the path. Starting at the Visitor Center, stopping points along the 2- to 4-mile walk include the entry road estuary, the boardwalk trail loop out to the Twin Barns and the Nisqually overlook. Steve Bloom sbloom@tholympian.com
Volunteer guide Phil Kelley takes his weekly group of bird-watchers and photographers around the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge while performing their regular counting and identification along the path. Starting at the Visitor Center, stopping points along the 2- to 4-mile walk include the entry road estuary, the boardwalk trail loop out to the Twin Barns and the Nisqually overlook. Steve Bloom sbloom@tholympian.com

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