Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge

Quick Facts

Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge

Oregon

Map

Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Boating

Overview

Established in 1928, the Upper Klamath NWR is 15,000 acres of almost entirely fresh water marsh. The Refuge provides a great nesting and brood rearing area for waterfowl and colonial nesting birds including American white pelican and several heron species. Bald eagle and osprey can sometimes be spotted fishing in the Refuge waters as they nest nearby. For those wishing to explore the Refuge, a boat is necessary. Canoes may be rented nearby and a marked canoe trail is available for day-use year round.

Map of Upper Klamath NWR

Latitude, Longitude: 42.530372, -122.089591

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