A Mallard drake swims in the marshland of Amon Creek Natural Preserve on Monday afternoon not far from the parking area near Rachel Road in Richland. With miles of trails, the area is a popular walking and hiking destination for Tri-City nature lovers.
A Mallard drake swims in the marshland of Amon Creek Natural Preserve on Monday afternoon not far from the parking area near Rachel Road in Richland. With miles of trails, the area is a popular walking and hiking destination for Tri-City nature lovers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A Mallard drake swims in the marshland of Amon Creek Natural Preserve on Monday afternoon not far from the parking area near Rachel Road in Richland. With miles of trails, the area is a popular walking and hiking destination for Tri-City nature lovers. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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