On Saturday, Phil Kelley will lead a birding walk through Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge to celebrate the end of the hunting season.
There are a lot of ducks and geese on the refuge this time of year, as well as raptors.
The walk likely will include the newly opened Nisqually Estuary Boardwalk Trail, the $2.8 million, one-mile long boardwalk.
Participants should meet at the visitor center at 8 a.m. And plan to spend about four hours walking through the refuge.
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Plan to bring food and water. Dress appropriately for weather. For more information, call Kelley at 360-459-1499.