GENE LIEB/glieb@losbanosenterprise.com
Louie Asuncion of Sacramento who works for the fish and wildlife realty division, uses the binoculars to look for birds and tule elk during the first tours given Oct. 14 at the new San Luis National Wildlife Refugh Complex Headquarters and Visitors Center just outside of Los Banos.
GENE LIEB/glieb@losbanosenterprise.com Louie Asuncion of Sacramento who works for the fish and wildlife realty division, uses the binoculars to look for birds and tule elk during the first tours given Oct. 14 at the new San Luis National Wildlife Refugh Complex Headquarters and Visitors Center just outside of Los Banos. Los Banos Enterprise
GENE LIEB/glieb@losbanosenterprise.com Louie Asuncion of Sacramento who works for the fish and wildlife realty division, uses the binoculars to look for birds and tule elk during the first tours given Oct. 14 at the new San Luis National Wildlife Refugh Complex Headquarters and Visitors Center just outside of Los Banos. Los Banos Enterprise

Splendid sanctuary where the wild things are

October 22, 2011 02:08 AM

UPDATED October 22, 2011 02:57 AM

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