Past Snapshots: Merced Wildlife Refuge

Another stop on my travels through my photo drive archives is Merced National Wildlife Refuge. We stopped there in January 2012, on the way to Yosemite. The refuge is host to an incredible variety of birds, including many migratory birds that overwinter there. We saw Ross’s geese, sandhill cranes, blackbirds, herons, and many other waterbirds. The refuge also uses cattle crazing to control invasive weeds and keep varied grass heights to support all the different species’ needs.

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One thought on “Past Snapshots: Merced Wildlife Refuge

  1. Beautiful sights. But goodness me, you know everyone’s name! Every bird, animal, insect, plant, flower. What else? Architecture.

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