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Sauvie Island is the largest island along the Columbia River and lies ten miles west-northwest of downtown Portland, between the Columbia River to the east, the Multnomah Channel to the west, and the Willamette River to the south.
The island is predominantly farmland and wildlife refuge and has become a popular destination for a variety of people — those seeking the freshest and best produce (the island is home to a number of farms); birdwatchers looking for sandhill cranes, bald eagles, blue herons, or migrating geese; and those wanting to hike, bike, fish, hunt, or use the public beaches (Walton Beach, North Unit Beach, and the clothing-optional Collins Beach on the island’s east coast).
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