Tributaries of the Willamette River Pudding River Oregon

The Pudding River is a 62-mile tributary of the Molalla River in the U.S. state of Oregon. Its drainage basin covers 528 square miles. Among its tributaries are Silver Creek, Butte Creek, Abiqua Creek, and the Little Pudding River.
  • Etymology: From Riviere au Boudin, given by French fur trappers in the early 19th-century to commemorate a blood pudding made from elk they shot near the river
  • Country: United States
  • State: Oregon
  • County: Marion, Clackamas
  • Source: Waldo Hills
  • Mouth: Molalla River
  • Length: 62 mi (100 km)
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