Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge

Established in 1928 and spanning 15,000 acres, the Upper Klamath Wildlife Refuge contains freshwater hardstem-cattail marsh and open water and forested uplands. The refuge's habitats provide optimal nesting and rearing areas for American white pelican, herons, bald eagles and ospreys. It is also home to two endangered species of fish and one endangered frog species.

The refuge is a favorite stop off the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway.