Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
"Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge"
"Trip Log ... March 27, 2015"
The River "S" Unit of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge has a 4.2 mile auto tour route and 1.5 mile seasonal hiking trail. The auto tour is an excellent way to see the Refuge. A pair of binoculars is a must and a camera makes it even more fun !!!

Species seen, heard, or photographed ... (in alphabetical order):

  1. American Coot ...
  2. American Crow ...
  3. American Kestrel ...
  4. American Robin ...
  5. American Wigeon ...
  6. Bald Eagle ...
  7. Belted Kingfisher ...
  8. Bewick's Wren ...
  9. Black-capped Chickadee ...
  10. Bufflehead ...
  11. Cackling Goose ...
  12. Canada Goose ...
  13. Common Yellowthroat ...
  14. Dunlin ...
  15. European Starling ...
  16. Gadwall ...
  17. Golden-crowned Sparrow ...
  18. Great Blue Heron ...
  19. Great Egret ...
  20. Great Horned Owl ...
  21. Greater Yellowlegs ...
  22. Green-winged Teal ...
  23. Hooded Merganser ...
  24. House Finch ...
  25. Killdeer ...
  26. Mallard ...
  27. Marsh Wren ...
  28. Mourning Dove ...
  29. Northern Flicker ...
  30. Northern Harrier ...
  31. Northern Pintail ...
  32. Northern Shoveler ...
  33. Pacific Wren ...
  34. Pied-billed Grebe ...
  35. Pileated Woodpecker ...
  36. Red-tailed Hawk ...
  37. Red-winged Blackbird ...
  38. Ring-necked Duck ...
  39. Ruddy Duck ...
  40. Song Sparrow ...
  41. Tree Swallow ...
  42. Turkey Vulture ...
  43. Western Scrub-Jay ...
  44. Wilson's Snipe ...
  45. Wood Duck ...


 






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September 2015