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"This building was the Carnegie library. A Carnegie library is a library built with money donated by Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The Willows Carnegie library was built in 1911.
There was a period in Willows when many classic buildings tragically were razed. T..."hey didn't get the library. At some point in its history the dome roof was removed. The rest of it stands and was eventually turned into a wonderful museum.
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"Even if you are not a nature-lover, the sight of hundreds of thousands of ducks and geese circling overhead with the cacophany of sound stirs the blood. Late fall and winter on the refuge gives you a sense of what the natural world was like before man was here. The six-mile tour route takes you pa..."st dozens of fields and ponds holding an assortment of waterfowl. You can drive at your own pace, stopping as often as you want to gaze, wonder and photograph the waterfowl, pheasants, deer, and other wildlife you encounter. We have taken this trip many times and no two are ever the same. Just make sure you stay for sunset or sunrise, because the pink and orange sky filled with white geese will be one of your most memorable experiences ever. It's like being on the inside of a just-shaken snowdome!
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"Our audubon group visited 2 wildlife refuges in January: Colusa & Sacramento. Sacramento is larger and has a Visitor Center. There were MANY migrating birds throughout this large refuge. We saw several species of geese, teals,pintuck ducks, ibis, herons, bald eagles, hawks and pheasant. Also s..."aw a raccoon washing his paws in creek. You drive the Autotrail, stay in your car and view the wildlife. There are stations along the way to get out and stretch and take pictures and a photography blind also. There is a large, elevated viewing platform here also, and a pit toilet. This place is great for viewing the wildlife in the area. Kids would love it too. There's a picnic area. The Visitor Center has a nice selection of books, cards, etc. This is a place I'll come back to again and again. Don't miss it if you're a nature lover!
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