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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Pacific Region
Eastside Federal Complex
911 NE 11 th Avenue
Portland, OR, 97232-4181
(503) 736-4750

Pam Ensley, Regional Fire Management Coordinator
Brett Fay, Assistant Regional Fire Management Coordinator
Brian Gales, Fire Operations Specialist
Cyndi Sidles, Fire Management Specialist


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Mid Columbia River
3250 Port of Benton Blvd
Richland, WA, 99352
(509) 371-1801

Thomas Skinner, Fire Management Officer
Brandon Lewis, Assistant Fire Management Officer
Jacob Gear, Fire Operations Specialist
John Janak, Fire Operations Specialist
Tim Cawley-Murphree, Engine Captain
Collin McCabe, Engine Captain
Paul Bayse, Engine Captain
Cory Thompson, Range Technician
Zak Tayer, Range Technician
John Togiai, Range Technician
Jared Murphy, Lead Range Technician

The Mid-Columbia River NWRC includes the following National Wildlife Refuges:  Cold Springs, Columbia, Conboy Lake, McKay Creek, McNary, Saddle Mountain, Toppenish, Umatilla and Hanford Reach National Monument.

Fish Hatcheries serviced by the Mid-Columbia River NWRC include:  Clearwater, Dworshak, Kooskia, Lookingglass, Lyons Ferry and Tucannon.



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North Coast Ecoregion
26208 Finley Refuge Road
Corvallis, OR, 97333
(541) 757-7236

Greg Hagedorn, Fire Management Officer

The North Coast Eco-region contains the following National WildlifeRrefuges: Ankeny, Bandon Marsh, Baskett Slough, Cape Meares, Castle Rock, Copalis, Dungeness, Flattery Rocks, Franz Lake, Gray's Harbor, Julia Butler Hansen Refuge for the Columbia White-tailed Deer, Lewis and Clark, Nestucca Bay, Nisqually, Oregon Islands, Pierce, Protection Island, Quillayute Needles, Ridgefield, San Juan Islands, Siletz Bay, Steigerwald Lake, Three Arch Rocks, Tualatin River, Willapa, William L. Finley.
The North Coast Eco-region contains the following National Fish Hatcheries: Carson, Eagle Creek, Little White Salmon, Makah, Quilcene, Quinault, Spring Creek, Warm Springs, Willard.

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Inland Northwest

Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge
1310 Bear Creek Road
Colville, WA, 99114
(509) 684-8384

Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge
26010 South Smith Road
Cheney, WA 99004-9326

Steve Pietroburgo, Zone FMO
Doug Frederick, Zone AFMO
 
Little Pend Oreille NWR staff:
Dan Brauner, Prescribed Fire Specialist
Janet Thrasher, Engine Crew Supervisor
Jordan Reeves, Assistant Engine Crew Supervisor
 
Turnbull NWR staff:
Ken Meinhart, Prescribed Fire Specialist
Justin Hughes, Engine Crew Supervisor
Mike Solheim, Assistant Engine Crew Supervisor
Anna Lahde, Senior Firefighter


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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
36391 Sodhouse Lane
Princeton, OR, 97721
(541) 493-2612

Shane Theall, Fire Management Officer
Katie Janette, Supervisory Range Technician
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Sheldon-Hart Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex
P.O. Box 111
Lakeview, OR, 97630
(541) 947-3315

Andy Goheen, Fire Management Officer
David Walker, Assistant Fire Management Officer
Casey Boespflug, Station Manager
Jacob Gear, Lead Range Technician, PSE
Jeremiah Phillips, Lead Range Technician, PSE
Chris Ragusa, Lead Range Technician, PSE
David Reynolds, Range Technician, CS

The Sheldon-Hart Mountain fire management zone includes Sheldon NWR and Hart Mountain NWR.
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Southeast Idaho National Wildlife Refuge Complex
4425 Burley Drive
Suite A
Chubbuck, ID, 83202
(208) 237-6615

Lance Roberts, FMO
Kyle Merritt, Fuels Technician
The Southeast Idaho Fire Management zone contains the following National Wildlife Refuges: Bear Lake, Camas, Deer Flat, Grays Lake, Minidoka and Oxford Slough Waterfowl Production Area.

The Southeast Idaho Fire Management zone contains the following National Fish Hatcheries: Hagerman, Magic Valley, McCall, Sawtooth.


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Hawaiian Islands Complex
Contact Regional Office for more information: (503) 736-4750
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Last updated: March 8, 2012
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