Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge
Trustom Pond, the centerpiece of Trustom Pond National Wildlife Refuge, is the only pond near Rhode Island’s coast that does not have a developed shoreline. The entire refuge is 787 acres and is the second largest of the five refuges in Rhode Island. Its gently rolling terrain slopes gradually to the Atlantic Ocean, and the types of habitats found here include barrier beaches, red maple swamp, grass fields, forests, and tall shrublands.
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