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Wildlife & Habitat

Pintail ducks taking off

With habitat types ranging from seasonal wetlands and riparian areas to upland oak savanna and Douglas-fir forest, William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is called home by more than 300 species of birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, and amphibians, a number of which represent declining populations and federally listed threatened or endangered species. 

  • Birds

    Canada Geese in Flight

    From Canada geese to raptors to shorebirds; explore the diverse birds that frequent the Refuge.

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  • Mammals

    Coyote

    Predators like this coyote can be found on the Refuge. Find out what other mammals call this place home.

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  • Reptiles and Amphibians

    Pacific Tree Frog

    The chorus of the Pacific tree frog can be heard from Refuge trails. What other creatures can be found when you look closer?

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  • Threatened and Endangered Species

    Fender's BB

    The Fenders blue butterfly isn't the only rare creature to call the Refuge home.

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  • Habitats

    Oak Savanna

    Wetlands, oak savanna, mixed forest; explore the different and diverse habitats of the Refuge.

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Page Photo Credits — Pintail Ducks Taking Flight, © Mike Larsen, Wood Duck, George Gentry/USFWS, Long Tailed Weasel, George Gentry/USFWS, Garter Snake, George Gentry/USFWS, Refuge Wetland, George Gentry/USFWS
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2015
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