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The McNary National Wildlife Refuge
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge straddles a wide area of the Tri Cities Wa region, but it is closest and most accessible from the Pasco area.
This wildlife sanctuary covers some 15,000 acres of shrub-steppes, sand dunes, bluffs, river deltas and islands, rolling hills, canyons, and bluffs which provide food and habitat to a rich diversity of plants and animals.
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge of Tri City Pasco is located on the Columbia basin, where some of the hottest and driest climate in all of the Washington State can be seen. This warm, dry weather combined with a healthy river system makes the area a favorite among birds and many other types of plants and wildlife in Washington state.
Unique Columbia Basin Flora
The Columbia Basin has a unique flora because of its dry climate and unique soil conditions. In the area where the McNary National Wildlife Refuge straddles the Columbia Basin, trees are non existent except for junipers. Only towering shrubs and bushes can be seen in this area of the McNary National Wildlife Refuge near Pasco Real Estate.
However, do not be fooled by the seemingly desolate landscape of the shrub steppes in the McNary National Wildlife Refuge. You will be surprised at the diversity of plants and other flora that thrive in this land. In fact, the Columbia Basin is considered by naturalists as a botanic heaven, where a great diversity of plant species abounds, and where more are still waiting to be discovered.
McNary National Wildlife Refuge
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge offers something for both animals and plant lovers, as the two elements are always intrinsically connected with each other. Plants and animals are co-dependents, with one finding use for the presence of the other. Where plants thrive, there are birds, and where there are birds, there are larger animals and so on and so forth.
One thing worth mentioning is that the McNary National Wildlife Refuge is an excellent site for Washington bird watching. Birds particularly favor the McNary National Wildlife Refuge of Tri city Pasco as both a mating ground and breeding site. Endangered birds of prey such as the eagles, hawks, and falcons can be seen in relatively healthy numbers in this area; as well migratory and other local birds.
Birds are not the only reason to visit the McNary National Wildlife Refuge. In the wetlands or river deltas of the McNary National Wildlife Refuge in Pasco Real Estate, animals such as bears, otters, snakes, beavers, turtles, wolves, coyotes can be seen along the river in the McNary National Wildlife Refuge in Pasco Real Estate, as each of them play their part in the grand design of nature.
The McNary National Wildlife Refuge near Pasco Real Estate, is an ideal place to commune with nature and with yourself. If you live in the Tri city, especially in Pasco, you are fortunate to have such a magnificent nature refuge within sight.
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