Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, Basom

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The Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is a wildlife refuge in Genesee and Orleans counties in western New York. The refuge is located between the cities of Buffalo and Rochester and is operated by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

The refuge headquarters and visitor center are located at 1101 Casey Road in Alabama, New York. The Orleans County portion of the refuge lies in the town of Shelby.

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  • As a photographer, I travel around the southeast section of the US photographing wildlife, and sometimes landscapes. Lately, I've been visiting Western New York State and have been taking advantage... 
    As a photographer, I travel around the southeast section of the US photographing wildlife, and sometimes landscapes. Lately, I've been visiting Western New York State and have been taking advantage...  more »
  • A great birding spot between Rochester and Buffalo. We walked the Feeder Road, which starts out open to marshes on both sides, then just as you start to get warm, you move into a wooded section with.....  more
    A great birding spot between Rochester and Buffalo. We walked the Feeder Road, which starts out open to marshes on both sides, then just as you start to get warm, you move into a wooded section with.....  more »
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  • Absolutely loved the tranquility of this park. I've driven past before, but the trails were awesome. Very level if you like to trail run. Well marked too.
  • I walked Swallow Hollow early in the day. There was an informative audio your. Beautiful trail looked appropriate for a power wheelchair. We will go back and try it with a disabled friend. I'm sure the boardwalk would be good for normal wheelchair, but the natural paths may be a bit soft.

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