Wildlife refuges in the path of to­tal­ity

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Pa­cific North­west

(first U.S. view­ing area)

Nes­tucca Bay Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ore­gon; Siletz Bay Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ore­gon; Bas­kett Slough Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ore­gon; Ankeny Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ore­gon; Wil­liam L. Finley Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ore­gon; Ca­mas Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Idaho Moun­tain-Prairie

Na­tional Elk Refuge, Wy­oming; Cres­cent Lake Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ne­braska Mid­west

Loess Bluffs Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Mis­souri; Swan Lake Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Mis­souri; Big Muddy Na­tional Fish and Wildlife Refuge, Mis­souri; Mid­dle Mis­sis­sippi River Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Illi­nois and Mis­souri; Cy­press Creek Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Illi­nois; Crab Or­chard Na­tional Wildlife Refuge (PDF), Illi­nois South­east

(last U.S. view­ing area)

Clarks River Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ken­tucky; Cross Creeks Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ten­nessee; Cape Ro­main Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina; San­tee Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, S.C.; Sa­van­nah Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, Ge­or­gia and S.C.; Wac­ca­maw Na­tional Wildlife Refuge, S.C.

Source: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Ser­vice

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