Imagine thousands of Snow Geese rising together in a cloud of thundering wings. These summer inhabitants of the arctic winter on Lower Klamath Lake, along with many other northern waterfowl species. Winter also brings as many as 500 bald eagles, which prey on sick and injured migratory birds, to the Klamath Basin. Year round, the lake hosts a variety of birds moving up and down the Pacific flyway. For human visitors, the 53,600 acre Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge offers a 10 mile auto tour.
The Refuge is about a 90 minute drive east of Green Springs Inn.
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Directions from (A) Green Springs Inn to (B) Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge