Wastewater treatment facility turned Wildlife sanctuary
The Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary is home to the city of Arcata's innovative waste water treatment facility. Located on the north end of Humboldt Bay in northern California, it encompasses 307 acres of land along the Pacific Flyway and has hosted over 320 species of birds. There are also over 5 miles of walking and biking paths, an interpretive center, and a native plant garden.
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