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The Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge (NWR)…

…just called me to say that they already have GPS locations of the two photographic blinds in the refuge. They will email the coordinates to me, which will save another trip to the refuge and keep me out of hip waders. :-) I thanked them because it will much easier for me to send the information to NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association).

The folks at the refuge are very helpful. The busy season (for waterfowl) starts in October and November, and the visitor center is open on weekends starting in November. The Sacramento NWR is one of 5 NWRs that make up the Sacramento NWR Complex. The Complex has a great Web site at

According to the Web site:
“The Complex consists of five national wildlife refuges (NWR) and three wildlife management areas (WMA) that comprise over 35,000 acres of wetlands and uplands in the Sacramento Valley of California. In addition, there are over 30,000 acres of conservation easements in the Complex. The Refuges and easements serve as resting and feeding areas for nearly half the migratory birds on the Pacific Flyway.”

-Bill at Cheshire Cat Photo

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