Facility Activities

Hiking is allowed in all areas open to the public. Wildlife observation and photography are encouraged. Please stay out of closed areas to minimize disturbance to plants and animals. Bicycling and running are allowed only on designated public access routes. These activities are not allowed on...

Perhaps the fastest growing activity on national wildlife refuges in the past ten years has been wildlife photography. That’s not surprising – the digital camera population explosion and cell phones with ever-improving picture-taking abilities are increasing the number of nature photographers at...

From bald eagles to spoonbills, from condors to puffins, birds abound on national wildlife refuges. Refuges provide places for birds to nest, rest, feed and breed making them world-renown for their birding opportunities.

We offer a limited youth waterfowl hunt as a part of the Oregon statewide youth hunt offered over one weekend each September. The program is open to youths age 17 and younger. To apply for this hunt, check our homepage for full details, map and application.  We accept applications from...

Many refuges champion wildlife viewing as a key recreational activity.