Malheur

Map

brochure Malheur - Map

Map of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in Oregon. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Malheur Wright’s Point Lawen Lane National Wildlife Refuge Ruh-Red Road To Lava Bed Road 13 miles Historic Sod House Ranch Malheur Field Station Peter French Round Barn Restrooms located at Refuge Headquarters, Buena Vista Ponds and Overlook, Krumbo Reservoir, Historic P Ranch Bridge Creek Trail River Trail Historic P Ranch Auto Tour Rou te Hiking Trail Undeveloped Area East Canal Road (Includes part of Desert Trail on Refuge) Frenchglen Barnyard Springs Footpath East Canal Road Steens Mountain Loop Road Page Springs Campground U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Enjoy Your Visit! We hope you enjoy your visit to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Please observe and follow all rules and regulations for your safety, and to protect wildlife and their habitat. If you have a question feel free to contact a member of our staff. Day Use Only – The Refuge is open daily from sunrise to sunset. Visitor Center, Nature Store and Museum – Brochures, maps, information, recent bird sightings and interpretive exhibits are located at the Refuge headquarters. The Visitor Center and Nature Store is open Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and staffed with the help of volunteers, most weekends. The George Benson Memorial Museum is open daily from sunrise to sunset. Auto Tour Route – The 42-mile auto tour route along the Center Patrol Road offers prime wildlife viewing and interpretive opportunities on the Refuge. Self-guided, interpretive auto tour brochures and wildlife checklists are available. Refuge Roads – Motorized vehicles and horseback riding are permitted on designated roads shown on the Refuge map. Horseback riding is not permitted on East Canal Road. All other Refuge roads not shown on the Refuge map are closed to the public. Malheur National Wildlife Refuge 36391 Sodhouse Lane Princeton, Oregon 97721 541-493-2612 July, 2019 Trails – Hiking, bicycling, and cross-country skiing are permitted on designated roads and trails shown on Refuge maps. Use caution on the East Canal Road, it is shared with vehicular traffic. Wildlife Viewing – With more than 340 species of birds and 67 species of mammals, the Refuge offers prime wildlife viewing. Wildlife checklists are available. Fishing and Hunting – Fishing and hunting are permitted on Refuge at certain times of the year. Fishing and hunting brochures are available and lists the designated hunting and public fishing areas. Boating – Non-motorized or electric boats are permitted on Krumbo Reservoir for recreational boating and fishing year round, and in designated hunt areas during the Malheur Lake hunt seasons. All other Refuge waters are closed to boating. Pets – Pets must be kept on leash while on the Refuge. Please pick up after your pets. Weapons – Possession of weapons on the Refuge must abide by all Oregon State laws and regulations. Discharge of weapons outside of the hunting seasons are prohibited. Prohibited Activities – All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), camping, fires, swimming, ice fishing, and collecting natural objects such as plants, animals, minerals, antlers, objects of antiquity (including Indian artifacts) are prohibited.

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