34. Bear Valley National Wildlife Refuge

34. Bear Valley National Wildlife Refuge - Area Map.


About 15 miles southwest of Klamath Falls, Oregon.


Timber transitions from mixed juniper and pines at the lower elevations of the Refuge to mixed Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir at higher elevations.

Distinct Features:

The Refuge is not open to public entry, but winter flyouts of Bald Eagle and other raptors are visible from the road into Bear Valley

Birds to Look For:

Bald Eagle, Raven, Rough-legged and Red-tailed Hawks. The late-winter Bald Eagle flyout, which is most impressive in mid-February, occurs at and shortly following first-light each morning.


From Klamath Falls take Highway 97 south past Worden and turn right on the Keno-Worden Road. Immediately after crossing the railroad tracks turn left on the gravel, all-weather road. The late winter flyout may be observed from the road approximately two miles from this intersection. GPS: 121° 53' 18.60" W, 42° 2' 35.52" N.

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For more information Contact:

Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges
4009 Hill Road
Tulelake, CA 96134
Phone: (530) 667 2231

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