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A Break in a storm front over the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge casts blue sky on the Nisqually River Marshlands.
At the end of its 80 mile journey from Mt. Rainier where it starts as a glacial stream you can walk across, the Nisqually River terminates into a 7 square mile protected wetland known as the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Pictured here, a break in a storm front moves off to the east while a fleet of ducks fly southwest across the refuge looking for a place to forage at low tide.
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