The Mid-Columbia River National Wildlife Refuge Complex provides management and support for seven national wildlife refuges and one national monument. Our refuges stretch from the picture-postcard Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge, with Mt. Adams towering in the background, to Pendleton's recreation destination, McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge. In between, you'll find the geologic wonder of Columbia, the teeming waterfowl of McNary and Cold Springs and Toppenish, and the incredible wildlife diversity of Umatilla. And covering 4 times as much acreage as the rest combined, the Fish & Wildlife Service's first national monument, Hanford Reach, with its majestic elk, rich history, and towering white bluffs.
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Information related to the individial refuges can be found on their web sites. However, there are a few things that we have "centralized" to make it easier for you to to one-stop shopping, e.g., hunting and fishing regulations and statistics. And it's always worthwhile to know how to reach us.
|Driving Directions To HQ (PDF)||Contact Us|
|Hunting & Fishing Regulations||Hunting Statistics|