The 10 SAFEST CITIES In WASHINGTON For 2019
The 10 SAFEST CITIES In WASHINGTON For 2019
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The purpose of this video is to determine where the safest cities to live are in Washington. Those places where crime is usually something you hear about on Facebook, but not from your local paper.
We analyzed cities in Washington with a population of more than 5,000 using the latest FBI crime data.
Here are the 10 Safest CITIES in WASHINGTON for 2019:
4. Maple Valley
6. Bainbridge Island
9. Mercer Island
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Best Small Towns to Visit in Washington State
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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge - Olympia, WA
This Refuge is probably one of the coolest places for seeing birds and wildlife but on this day we didn't really find a whole lot but it was still super fun. After doing research later I realized that this place had a whole lot more going on scientifically and socially.
Address: 100 Brown Farm Rd NE, Olympia, WA 98516
Area: 7.077 mi²
Phone: (360) 753-9467
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The Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife preserve operated by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service on the Nisqually River Delta near Puget Sound in northeastern Thurston County, Washington and northwestern Pierce County, Washington. The refuge is located just off Interstate 5, between the cities of Tacoma and Olympia.
The 12.6 km2 refuge was created in 1974 to provide habitat and nesting areas for waterfowl and other migratory birds. It includes a protected estuary, salt marshes and open mudflats, freshwater marshes, open grassland, and riparian woodland and brush. An additional 3.2 square kilometres (1.2 sq mi) is protected by the disjoint Black River Unit on a tributary of the Chehalis River.
On December 18, 2015, President Barack Obama signed the Billy Frank Jr. Tell Your Story Act into law, redesignating the wildlife refuge in honor of Nisqually tribe leader and treaty rights activist Billy Frank, Jr., who died in 2014
The wildlife refuge is home to the Nisqually River Delta, which has the unique status as Washington’s largest relatively undisturbed estuary. The confluence of the freshwater Nisqually River and the saltwater south Puget Sound has created a variety of unique environments, each rich in nutrients and natural resources for the local wildlife. The delta provides habitats for more than 300 different species of fish and wildlife.
In 1904 the Brown Farm Dike, five miles long, was created to protect farmland from tidal surge, resulting in a loss of important habitat for young fish, birds and marine mammals such as harbor seals. As part of a long running project to restore the estuary, in 2009 a new 10,000 foot dike was installed behind the old dike and four miles of the old Brown Farm Dike were removed. This enabled the tidal flows to reclaim 762 acres to the estuary.
Sea life features 24 species of fish located in one of three habitats: riverine, estuarine or the Nisqually Reach nearshore. Large populations of fall Chinook salmon, starry flounder and shiner perch offer a sampling of the fish that are abundantly available. The saltmarshes and mudflats are located outside of the dikes. Rich in nutrients, they are the home to clams, crabs, shrimp and worms, which in turn feed ducks, gulls and herons.
Over 20,000 birds, made up of 275 different migrating species, use the freshwater marshes and grasslands for breeding, resting or wintering. The most abundant bird types include raptors, shorebirds and songbirds. Larger animals such as hawks and coyotes feast in the grassland due to the presence of mice and voles.
The riparian woodland and brush habitats contain many amphibians, mammals and reptiles.
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Kayaking Columbia River with family - Hood River, Oregon
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Goshen CT Home for Sale: 72 Pie Hill Rd, Goshen, CT Real Estate
This video gives you a virtual home tour of 72 Pie Hill Rd in Goshen, CT and the neighborhood.
At the end of a long driveway past manicured grounds sits this elegant, upscale Saltbox Colonial in a private and beautiful setting. Beyond the back patio unfolds 17+ acres of open meadow, pasturelands and woods with magnificent, distant views of lush greenery and hilltops. A sparkling, heated in-ground pool with pool house and patio seating invite you to cool off on a hot day or to host a fun summer party. The fenced paddocks throughout the meadows are perfect for horses, which can be kept in the stables of the livestock barn, recently outfitted with a brand-new roof. Inside the house, four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and over 3,800 square feet of living space offers all the space and amenities you need for a comfortable life in the country, whether year-round or seasonally. The state-of-the-art kitchen features a SubZero refrigerator, double wall ovens, maple cabinets, granite countertops and a large island with wine storage. It is a great space for baking and entertaining. The first floor boasts hardwood floors, spacious living rooms, 2 fireplaces and French doors, leading out to the private stone patio with an outdoor seating area. The second floor offers room for family and guests with four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and plenty of storage. The den in the finished basement provides extra living space with a casual place for watching TV and additional office space. Inside and out, this is truly a lovely country property. The town of Goshen is host to numerous events and festivals throughout the year. Nearby outdoor activities include skiing at the Mohawk Mountain ski area, biking, canoeing, kayaking and fly fishing in the Housatonic River. It is just minutes from Litchfield's antique shops, art galleries and fine restaurants and is less than a 2-hour drive from New York City.
Price offered: $1,200,000
Full Baths: 3
Partial Baths: 1
Interior: 3,840 Sq Ft.
Price: $313 / Sq. Ft.
Property Type: Single Family Home
MLS ID#: L146313
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Address: 346 Main Street, Lakeville, Connecticut, 06039, United States
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