Open Salt Water

Rocky Shores

Sandy shores, mudflats, salt marshes

Freshwater lakes, rivers, marshes

Wet coniferous forests

Broadleaf forests

Shrubby thickets

Parks & Gardens

Farmlands

Freshwater lakes, rivers, and marshes

Photo by George E Brooks

Freshwater lakes, rivers, and marshes are common along the North and South Coasts and provide nesting and foraging opportunities for grebes, waterfowl, rails, and shorebirds. Examples of this habitat include Lake Quinault, Ocean Shores lakes and canals, Friends Landing, and Vance Creek Park.

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