Living in Rhode Island naturally means we spend a lot of time outdoors and, in doing so, many of us develop a deep appreciation for and love of wildlife. We have plenty of ways to view the wildlife in Rhode Island, too, but one of the best is heading to our local wildlife refuge. Woefully underrated, Block Island National Wildlife Refuge in New Shoreham, Rhode Island, promises the unique opportunity to view some of more than 70 species of migratory songbirds.

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Learn more on the official website of Block Island National Wildlife Refuge, where you can find a full list of the migratory songbirds that stop over during the fall.

Have you been to this wildlife refuge in New Shoreham, Rhode Island? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! Block Island National Wildlife Refuge is just one of the many hidden gems in New Shoreham. Discover another when you visit Sacred Labyrinth, a one-of-a-kind destination in New Shoreham, Rhode Island.

Before you head over to Block Island National Wildlife Refuge, make sure you’ve packed your camera.

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