Last summer, Ducks Unlimited and its partners completed construction on the Swanson Lakes Wildlife Area project on the Channeled Scablands of Lincoln County, Washington. The property is owned by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and lies along the Lake Creek drainage. The project improved management capabilities on 45 acres of crucial habitat, restoring wetlands that had been hayed and grazed for decades.
More: Six Wetland Areas Restored on Washington's Channeled Scablands
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