Visitors check in with the visitor’s center for current possible sighting locations in the forest. Amphibians and reptiles are abundant as well as the many species of fish. Hunting is permitted but camping, fishing and motor boats are not allowed.
About the NWRS National Wildlife Refuge System. The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands ...
Here are primarily wet meadows with some open water wetlands. Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, 42°54′29″N 121°41′04″W, is located eighty some
25 pictures out of 1537 pictures I took on a trip to the Klamath falls wildlife refuge. The Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge Website: ...
This video offers a short tour of the Upper Klamath National Wildlife refuge by canoe. This unique refuge on the northwest corner of Upper Klamath Lake in ...
Silver Lake Road offers good viewing of birds as well as a self-guided canoe tour routes in 700 acres of water with cattail and Tule marsh, but visitors must bring their own canoe. Water life viewing is excellent when visitors remain quiet.
Frozen marsh at Upper Klamath Wildlife Refuge.
A hiking and bicycle trail winds around for 10 miles by the marshland and through the forested upper area.
The Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges. Tule Lake, Bear Vally, Lower Klamath, Upper Klamath and Klamath Marsh.
The Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge is renowned worldwide for the abundance and variety of birdlife with larger concentrations during the waterfowl migrations in the spring and fall seasons, sightings of birds vary.