Wallula Habitat Management Unit

Pasco, Washington

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This is a lonely area of the Walla Walla River Delta, where the Walla Walla River empties into the Columbia River. The waters here are flat and slow moving, creating great habitat for a number of birds and animals, both in and out of the water. However, beyond the rich riparian world at the rivers’ edges, the desert rolls on. So fish and frogs, waterfowl and beavers live as neighbors with desert-dwelling rattlesnakes, horned lizards, scorpions, and kangaroo rats. All in all, this is a novel world to explore.

Wallula Habitat Management Unit Professional Review and Guide

"This is a lonely area of the Walla Walla River Delta, where the Walla Walla River empties into the Columbia River. The waters here are flat and slow moving, creating great habitat for a number of birds and animals, both in and out of the water.

However, beyond the rich riparian world at the rivers’ edges, the desert rolls on. So fish and frogs, waterfowl and beavers live as neighbors with desert-dwelling rattlesnakes, horned lizards, scorpions, and kangaroo rats. All in all, this is a novel world to explore."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Pasco
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 3 hours
Season: November through March
Trailhead Elevation: 350 feet
Top Elevation: 350 feet
Local Contacts: U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife (least through U.S. Army
Local Maps: Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Walla Walla
Driving Directions: Directions to Wallula Habitat Management Unit

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May 2018