We took this this trail on August 4, 2015. It’s about 12 miles out of Aberdeen, Washington. Its a little over 2 miles round trip, all flat and paved for the first 1/2 mile. Its a sanctuary created by the Washington Department of Fish and Game.
It’s a stop over point for many migrating birds and has a resident herd of elk, which we read about but didn’t see.
A few wildflowers still bloomed in the dry grass.
The unending supply of blackberries were in evidence. (What a bad idea someone had in planting blackberries along waterways! They choke everything else out.)
A Hodge Podge of Photos we took.
This beautiful place in Gray’s Harbor Washington provides a respite spot for animals and humans alike.