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Wenatchee Confluence State Park Professional Review and Guide
"Confluence State Park may be the easiest site in central Washington to access and to study continuously. The confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers gives the park its name and provides birds with the perfect aquatic canvas on which to arrange themselves. The 197-acre site is divided by a footbridge into a recreation section on the north side and the Horan Natural Area on the south side. Habitats: Lowland riparian, wetland, parkland. Specialty birds: Common Loon; Greater White-fronted Goose; Greater Scaup; Barrow’s Goldeneye; Golden and Bald Eagles; Black and Vaux’s Swifts; Calliope and Rufous Hummingbirds; Lewis’s and Pileated Woodpeckers; Red-naped Sapsucker; Hammond’s Flycatcher."
--Rob and Natalie McNair-Huff, Birding Washington (Falcon Guides).
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