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Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge – Fremont

 

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12368 acre Park managed by: United States Fish and Wildlife Service

This refuge, the largest urban wildlife refuge in the country, hosts over 280 species of birds each year over a sprawling complex of open bay, salt ponds, salt marsh, mudflats, and upland habitats.

This refuge, the largest urban wildlife refuge in the country, hosts over 280 species of birds each year over a sprawling complex of open bay, salt ponds, salt marsh, mudflats, and upland habitats.

Located near the Dumbarton Bridge toll plaza in Fremont, the visitor center for this sprawling wildlife refuge overlooks salt marsh, tidal sloughs, mudflats, and salt ponds.

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Don Edwards to Coyote Hills

by Ann Sieck

Hike by Ann Sieck, originally published in the October 2009 issue of Bay Nature magazine From Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge headquarters, Apay Way Trail climbs to cross Highway 84 atop the toll plaza and immediately overlooks the 300-foot-deep Dumbarton rock quarry, skirting its crumbling slopes and dark chert cliffs banded rust, yellow, and silver. Green […]

 
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