Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve

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Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve
Protected area
Country United States
State Washington
Region Southwest Washington
Location Near Shelton, Washington
 - coordinates 47°17′35″N 123°14′31″W / 47.293°N 123.242°W / 47.293; -123.242Coordinates: 47°17′35″N 123°14′31″W / 47.293°N 123.242°W / 47.293; -123.242
Area 153 acres (62 ha)
Biome Puget Trough ecoregion, Sphagnum bog
Founded 2010
Management Washington Department of Natural Resources
Location of Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve in Washington
Website: dnr.wa.gov

Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve is a Washington state Natural Area Preserve located in Mason County. The preserve totals 153 acres (62 ha), mostly wetlands and Sphagnum bogs in three parallel glacier-formed basins.[1]

The preserve was created in 2010 with a purchase by the State of Washington from a private landowner.[2]

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  1. ^ Ink Blot Natural Area Preserve, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, retrieved 2013-05-21 
  2. ^ Commissioner of Public Lands - Annual Report 2010 (PDF), Washington State Department of Natural Resources, March 2011, retrieved 2013-05-20 

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