This Little Known Natural Oasis Is Hiding In Rhode Island... And You're Going To Love It
Though the Ocean State is filled with natural beauty, it’s pretty difficult to keep secrets in such a small and densely populated place. Somehow a few amazing lesser known places remain. You just have to know where to look. The islands in particular are packed with stunning sites and few places compare to Block Island National Wildlife Refuge. This little known natural oasis is amazing.
If, for some reason, you still haven't visited this island, you'll definitely want to take a trip on the Block Island ferry as soon as possible.
Once on the island there are dozens of amazing natural attractions to discover ranging from the Mohegan Bluffs to beautiful beaches.
The Block Island National Wildlife Refuge is one place in particular that is simply out of this world, yet rarely ever discussed.
The refuge began in 1973 with the transfer of 28 acres by the U.S. Coast Guard.
It currently consists of 134 acres of lush trees and greenery and a beautiful shore.
The refuge, though little known to locals, is internationally acclaimed for its large concentration of migratory birds. The piping plover in particular is a common and adorable visitor and is currently a federally threatened species.
Exploring the refuge and relaxing on the beach makes for a perfect Ocean State escape.
here to learn about another of Block Island’s amazing natural attractions known as the Mohegan Bluffs.
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