Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge
The preserved lands of the United States include more than just the 59 national parks. National monuments, historic sites, seashores, wild and scenic rivers, wildlife refuges and more all have unique missions. The latter group can be particularly attractive for photography. An excellent example is the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge on the east coast of Florida, a land of waterways, waterfowl and other wildlife, some of which is easily accessed, some of which takes some work to get to.
Prominent photography opportunities in Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge include: wildlife, birds, landscape, nature, coastline.
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