Twilight Eagle Sanctuary, Columbia River
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Twilight Eagle Sanctuary, Columbia River

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The Twilight Eagle Sanctuary is located along the Oregon side of the Columbia River.  This is approximate location of Lewis and Clark's campsite of November 26, 1805. This area is part of the Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge. there is a large viewing platform and interpretive panels with information on wetlands etc.

  • Ashley Prince about 1 year ago
    This place is awesome, was just there last night and there are 2 peregrine falcons there now as well. Gotta check this place out if you are in the coastal region.
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