McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge

McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Mid-Columbia River Refuges
PO Box 1447
Richland, WA 99351

Phone:509-545-8588
Web: www.fws.gov/midcolumbiariver/McKaypage.htm
Established: 1954.
Location:8 miles south of Pendleton, Oregon.
Facilities:Boat ramp, trails, auto tour route.
Activities:Boating, canoeing, fishing (March through September only), hiking, hunting.
Special Features:Refuge provides a resting and feeding area for thousands of Canada geese and ducks during the fall. Pheasants are common year round.
Habitats: 1,837 acres of open water, marsh, and grasslands.
Access: Daylight hours; fishing is prohibited October through February.
Wild life: Ducks, Canada geese, osprey, bald eagle, pheasant, and quail.

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