The Sequim Audubon Center is a major attraction at Railroad Bridge Park. I visited the Park yesterday because I wanted to look at the Bridge, which just survived a very high Sequim Dungeness River after a lot of rain in the mountains. The Bridge is temporarily closed as the wooden sidewalk on the other side of the river needs repair. While I was there, I couldn’t resist taking this photo of the Sequim Audubon Center with the sun shining brightly.
Sequim Audubon Center Purpose
The Dungeness River Audubon Center‘s “mission is to inspire understanding, enjoyment and stewardship of the Olympic Peninsula’s unique natural and cultural resources, with emphasis on birds, rivers, fish, and people.” It’s an excellent mission, because the Peninsula has some of America’s most beautiful natural resources and wildlife. Those of us who live here often joke about keeping our extraordinary mountains and rivers a secret from the rest of the world, and we kid about closing the gate at the end of town. The truth is, we only thrive if we keep growing at a manageable pace, and a big part of that is managing and enjoying this gorgeous environment.
Sequim Audubon Center at the Park
When you visit Sequim, be sure to add Railroad Bridge Park and the Sequim Audubon Center to your bucket list. For many who are on the verge of retiring, visiting Sequim often includes seeing the sights and driving around to look at homes. Thinking about where to retire is a big decision. Come and visit Sequim and check out the Sequim Audubon Center too.
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