Features

  • Roosevelt Elk Herd

    Elk Hunt Information

    Elk hunters, for the 2019 elk hunt information and application, click the link.

    2019 William L. Finley Refuge Elk Hunt_all docs

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    Visit Snag Boat Bend!

    Did you know great blue herons nest in trees, forming colonies called rookeries? A heron rookery can be found at our Snag Boat Bend Unit.

    Discover Snag Boat Bend...

  • Oregon Chub at Finley NWR

    The Oregon Chub Recovers!

    The Oregon Chub is the first fish species ever to be removed from the Endangered Species List due to recovery!

    Learn More...

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    Submit Your Wildlife Sighting!

    See something interesting on your last trip to the Refuge? Fill out our online Wildlife Sighting Report and share your story!

    Submit your sighting here...

Refuge Updates

Spring/Summer Calendar of Events!

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Don't miss the 1st Sunday monthly programs brought to you by the Friends of the Willamette Valley Refuges! Click the link for dates and details of events at all 3 of the Willamette Valley Refuges.

2019 Spring/Summer Events

2019 Elk Hunt

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2019 William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge elk hunt applications are available! Click the link for all of the 2019 elk hunt information and application.

2019 William L. Finley Refuge Elk Hunt_all docs

2019 Black-tailed Deer Hunt

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William L. Finley Refuge Fall 2019 Black-tailed deer hunt. Click the link for detailed information.

2019 Black-tailed Deer Hunt Info_ALL docs
Refuge Wildlife Report

What's New At Finley?

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Want to know what to look for on your next visit? Check out our Refuge Wildlife Report for the most up-to-date scoop on what there is to see.

Refuge Wildlife Report

About the Complex

Willamette Valley NWR Complex

William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the Willamette Valley NWR Complex.

Read more about the complex
About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife, and plants.

Learn more about the NWRS