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Bring your binoculars and camera to view the many migratory birds and other wildlife on the refuge. Plan ahead with plenty of drinking water, snacks, insect repellant, sunscreen and other necessitates on hand. This is black bear and grizzly bear country--carrying bear spray while hiking is a good idea.  Dress appropriately for the seasons and wear comfortable walking shoes.

The Auto Tour Route may be closed in winter months or when conditions warrant. Please call ahead to check the status: 208-267-3888.

Trail Map Inaccuracies

Please check with Refuge headquarters for trail information and do not rely on the trail map linked on this webpage. Some trails indicated on the map are in closed areas and may be a safety concern. Updates to the map are in progress. Please see the correct visitor use map with trails.

Key Contacts

Park ranger in a tan uniform and brown hat
Supervisory Park Ranger
National Wildlife Refuge System
Additional Role(s)
Visitor Services Manager,
Volunteer Coordinator,
Visual Information Specialist,
Social Media Manager,
Public Information Officer
Environmental Education,
Graphic Design,
Digital & Social Media

Location and Contact Information