United States Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge

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Joe Becker

About this spot
The Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is located on the northern edge of the Palouse. The hills of the Palouse are missing in this area, replaced by a rugged landscape of basalt rock, wetlands, prairies, and pine and aspen forests. The basalt bedrock has been eroded into a series of channels and depressions, today filled with a complex of lakes and wetlands that support numerous waterfowl. The forests and grasslands support more birds, as well as moose, deer, elk, coyotes, and other large and small mammals. The refuge includes a visitor center, a number of trails, and a 5.5-mile auto tour route.

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