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James River

National Wildlife Refuge - Virginia

The James River National Wildlife Refuge is located along the James River in eastern Prince George County, Virginia. It protects nesting and roosting habitat of the bald eagle from development. The land that is now the refuge was the site of Powellbrooke Plantation, whose owner Captain Nathaniel Powell (one of the original 1607 colonists), his wife, and ten others were killed during the Indian Massacre of 1622, and later Merchant's Hope Plantation during colonial times.

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Trail Map of James River Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Virginia. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).James River - Trail Map

Trail Map of James River Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Virginia. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

James River NWR https://www.fws.gov/refuge/james_river https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_River_National_Wildlife_Refuge The James River National Wildlife Refuge is located along the James River in eastern Prince George County, Virginia. It protects nesting and roosting habitat of the bald eagle from development. The land that is now the refuge was the site of Powellbrooke Plantation, whose owner Captain Nathaniel Powell (one of the original 1607 colonists), his wife, and ten others were killed during the Indian Massacre of 1622, and later Merchant's Hope Plantation during colonial times.

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