Up To 1,000 Bald Eagles Invade The Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges In Oregon Every Winter And It’s A Sight To Be Seen

Bird watchers surely must be in heaven in Oregon. In addition to the many bird species that call this place home year-round, millions more arrive here every year during fall migration, and the Beaver State’s different habitats allow dozens of species to thrive.

From eastern Oregon to the coast, you’ll find everything from little Streaked Horned Larks to stately Tundra Swans, and during winter months, the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges in southern Oregon and northern California become home to as many as 1,000 Bald Eagles.

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Looking for another cool place to see eagles in Oregon? Check out the 25th annual Eagle Watch Celebration, held at Round Butte Overlook Park on March 28, 2020.

Address: Klamath Falls, OR, USA