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Oregon Islands
National Wildlife Refuge

11th St, off U.S. Highway 101
Bandon, OR   
E-mail: oregoncoast@fws.gov
Phone Number: 541-867-4550
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  Wildlife and Habitat

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Refuge sites are also used by peregrine falcons and brown pelicans (endangered species), bald eagles, and Aleutian Canada geese (threatened species).

The rocks, reefs, and islands are also important breeding, pupping, molting, and haulout sites for thousands of seals and sea lions. The Rogue and Orford Reef Units of this refuge constitutes the largest pupping area for threatened Steller sea lions in U.S. waters south of Alaska, with 700-800 pups produced annually.

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