McNary National Wildlife Refuge

McNary National Wildlife Refuge

Address:64 Maple St
Burbank, WA 99323

Phone:509-547-4942
Web: midcolumbiariver.fws.gov/mcnarypage.htm
Established: 1954.
Location:Southern Washington, near the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers.
Facilities:Visitor center (é), viewing sites (é), hiking trails.
Activities:Fishing, hunting, hiking, educational programs.
Special Features:Refuge visitors may see red-tailed, sharp-shinned, and Cooper’s hawks, and northern harriers. Peregrine falcons are occasionally seen, particularly around the basalt cliffs in the Stateline and Juniper Canyon units.
Habitats: More than 15,000 acres of backwater sloughs, seasonal wetlands, shrub-steppe uplands, irrigated farmlands, river islands, delta mudflats, and riparian areas.
Access: Open daily during daylight hours.
Wild life: Migrating waterfowl, including Canada geese, mallards, American wigeon, pintails, long-billed curlews, and white pelicans.

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