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There are some good hikes nearby, lots of history as it is close to the site of the last American Indian war, but the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge is really all about the amazing numbers and types of birds here. The center has some...More
Visited on October 2, 2016and the place was filled with birds. Visited late morning (11 am to 2 pm). Egrets, raptors, ducks, geese and even some western meadowlarks.
A good day trip and only about an hour from Klamath Falls.
If you like birds, and who doesn't, here's your spot! Especially good during winter migration starting in September. Saw lots of egrets today and coots aka mud hens. Also nearby is a war interment camp where the actor George Takei spent some time as a...More
3/4's of migrating birds along the Pacific Flyway stop here. We got there late morning (generally not the greatest time to see birds) and in early September, before the greatest part of the migration, but were still able to see many, many birds during one...More
Read other reviews by real bird watchers for that information. This has a very modern facility with historical aspects preserved throughout the park. A feeding station and tiny creek draw birds to the back of the building, where you view them through windows. Very cool....More
Definitely spend a few days at this Refuge (although you're going to be hard pressed to find a place to stay). We saw eagles, three species of hawks, kestrels, prairie falcons, burrowing and short eared owls, shrikes, and the waterfowl is spectacular. It is so...More
We stopped by a couple overlooks while headed and returning from Lava Beds. This area has a lot of water fowl. My step dad told me when he was a kid the radio would report the number of birds counted. It was in the millions....More