Finley Wildlife Refuge
January 14, 1996
Our trip to Finley Wildlife Refuge was pleasant enough, but damp.
We did see some patches of blue sky, but mostly we got wet.
The only wildlife we saw were elk.
We did admire the entrance to the home of either a beaver or nutria, but the occupant(s)
were keeping out of sight.
Our attempt to locate the trail that used to follow along the edge of Bellfountain Road was a failure.
It apparently has been allowed to return to nature and no longer appears on the maps.
Our group of seven tramped over five or six miles of reads, the Mill Hill Trail, and
the Interpretive Trail.
Along on this winter hike were Doris Allen, Dorothy Crapes, Karen Levine, Helen Liguori,
Ralph Olive, Nola Shurtleff and trip leader Susan Baker.