Tunk Valley

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On our road trip to Omak, we took a turn off the highway for a closer look at the area and discovered Tunk Valley. Of course, we’ve heard the name, but hadn’t actually explored the area.

When we returned home from our road trip, I did some internet research and discovered the importance to nature of Tunk Valley and several other places in our Eastern Washington shrub-steppe habitat. Here’s what I discovered:

Conservation Northwest

Nature Corridors

 

We’ve watched the building of the animal overpasses and wondered how those had been approved. Now I know the voice behind the work and progress. Now you know too. And I feel better about our world today.

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