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National Wildlife Refuge, Newark

National Wildlife Refuge, Newark

On Saturday D. and I went to the National Wildlife Refuge in Fremont to walk the Newark Slough Trail.  We saw a western fence lizard, former salt ponds being converted back into natural salt marshes, gum plant, black-necked stilts, terns, and lots of cliff swallows feeding their juvenile offspring.  Here are some of the pics I took.

Tags: bird, field trip, fremont, lizard, salt pond, slough, swallow, wildlife refuge

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