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Scenes from the Tadewara Wetlands

A walk through Kuju's unique natural setting

The Tadewara Wetlands, just at the edge of the Kuju Mountain Range, offer several short walking trails that crisscross the marshlands. You can blaze through them in a fraction of the recommended time, but it's worth slowing down to take a glimpse at what might be growing near your feet. In early June, the fields were not yet full of the wildflowers that would bloom a bit later, but we still managed to find some intriguing species. Guided walks leaving from the nearby visitor's center can help you identify even more of what's along the trail.

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