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14 Refuges: Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex

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From Muir Woods to the rolling foothills, the Bay Area has a wide variety of habitats for birds and wildlife. It also has a wildlife refuge complex that stretches more the 100 miles through the region: Don Edwards San Francisco Bay, San Pablo Bay, Farallon Islands, Antioch Dunes, Salinas River, Marin Islands, and Ellicott Slough. Explore the refuge complex through a dynamic slideshow and a Refuge Radio podcast episode with Ceal Craig, President of the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society.


NWRA’s Urban Refuge Program – Protecting our Conservation Future strives to reach beyond refuge boundaries to engage with and connect people of all ages to nature and our Refuge System.

Permanent link to this article: https://www.refugeassociation.org/2018/09/14-refuges-don-edwards-san-francisco-bay-national-wildlife-refuge-complex/

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