Office of Law Enforcement - Klamath Falls, Oregon
This office is located midway between Portland, Oregon and Sacramento, California (600 miles). This office is primarily responsible for southern Oregon and the northern border of California and assists the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) Complex, the Klamath Fish and Wildlife Office, and the Yreka, CA, Fish and Wildlife Office.
The primary work at this location includes endangered species investigations, migratory bird investigations, partner coordination, and National Wildlife Refuge support. The Klamath Basin attracts nearly 80% of the Pacific Flyway’s waterfowl and supports the largest wintering population of Bald Eagles in the lower 48 states. The Special Agent from Klamath Falls regularly conducts investigations in northern California.
US Fish and Wildlife Service