Recovery Act At Work
Camas National Wildlife Refuge is located in southeastern Idaho,
36 miles north of Idaho Falls at an elevation of about 4,800 feet.
Visitors are welcome year-round to take advantage of excellent wildlife
viewing, photography and other recreational opportunities.
The refuge provides vital habitat for a variety of migratory birds.
About half of the refuge’s 10,578 acres are lakes, ponds and marshlands.
The remainder consists of grass/sagebrush uplands and meadows.
Camas Creek flows for eight miles through the length of the refuge
and is the source of water for many of the lakes and ponds. Several
wells on the refuge also provide water for wildlife during the dry