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Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge

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Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge
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Eighteen miles south of Washington, D.C. on the banks of the Potomac (River), lays a peninsula known as Mason Neck. Here on February 1, 1969, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service created the first national wildlife refuge established specifically for the protection of our nation’s symbol, the bald eagle. The refuge consists of mature hardwood forests, large freshwater marshes and over 4 miles of undeveloped Potomac River shoreline. These important habitats within the 2,227 acre Elizabeth Hartwell Mason

Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge

Lat: 38.64 Long: -77.16

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