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Cold Springs National Wildlife Refuge

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The primary purpose of the Cold Springs NWR is to provide for the resting and feeding of a large concentration of Canada geese and ducks during the winter. Pheasants, quail, and mule deer are common.

Recreational uses of the reserve include wildlife observation, study and photography, as well as waterfowl hunting and warmwater fishing for bass, catfish, and crappie.

The reserve is 7 miles east of Hermiston, east on Wall's Road off Highway 207, then south on Tabor Road.

Location: PO Box 700, Umatilla Oregon 97882 Telephone 541-922-3232

Other Wildlife Viewing nearby:
(Pilot Rock) Anderson Land & Livestock Inc
(Umatilla) Cold Springs National Wildlife Refuge
(Hermiston) Columbia River Guide Srvice
(Richland) Desert Veterinary Clinic
(Hermiston) Hermiston Veterinary Clinic
(Irrigon) Irrigon Fish Hatchery

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