Wildlife of the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuges (NWR) exist in subtle equilibrium; in a natural environment where living things are interdependent, much like an orchestra where individual performances,, collectively, define the symphony. - - Unfinished Symphony presents and award-winning, visually extravagant overture to nature’s elaborating production of life in the wild that’s sometimes discordant, often in perfect harmony, endlessly appealing; but, never finished. - - Discover how you can explore the Sacramento Valley Refuges for wildlife observation, photography, educational tours and quiet respite, or enjoy the ageless tradition of waterfowl hunting. Understand the close, beneficial relationships that exist among Sacramento Valley agricultural growers, millions of migratory waterfowl and the Sacramento NWR’s environmental stewards. - - Learn how Refuge staffs manipulate diverse ecosystems scientifically to replicate once-natural conditions in the Sacramento Valley for the sustained, healthy benefit of wildlife populations locally, regionally, and worldwide. Understand the political and socio-economic dynamics that created the Sacramento Valley Refuges and their unique role in wildlife conservation.
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