Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Oregon

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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge located roughly 30 miles south of the city of Burns in Oregon's Harney Basin.


4.5/5 · 44 reviews
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May 22, 2023
My daughter and I went for a birding trip, her first time there. We were a little early in the season, which we were aware of. Never the less we were not disappointed with what we saw. We received gr… Full review by lorenef265
Jul 11, 2022
We only heard about this refuge a few years ago when it was taken over by some protestors, but were very interested in seeing the area with all the birds and animals we had heard were there. When we… Full review by LaurieB980
Apr 20, 2022
Stopping at the headquarters first is a must for your visit. The volunteers there offer a wealth of information. We were able to maximize our time here and see a multitude of birds new to us. Full review by dferg85
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Date founded:1908

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