Walkill River National Wildlife Refuge: Liberty Loop Trail Revisited

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I was in the area and decided to revisit Liberty Loop Trail in the Walkill River National Wildlife Refuge.  The last time I’d taken pictures here was in 2004. Digital photography has come a long way in the last 15 years and even my phone captures better images than the 2 MP point and shoot I was using back then.


Liberty Loop is a level 2.5 mile trail that begins in New York State and follows the perimeter of a former sod farm that straddles the New York/New Jersey border. The sod farm was restored to its natural wetland state after becoming part of the refuge.


This area is a haven for…

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