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McKay Creek National Wildlife Refuge

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With 1837 acres of open water, marsh, and grasslands, the refuge is an important resting and feeding area for thousands of Canada geese and ducks during the fall. Pheasants are also common.

Recreation and education opportunities include wildlife observation, study, and photography, plus waterfowl hunting, fishing, and boating.

The refuge is superimposed on a Bureau of Reclamation reservoir and is located by driving 5 miles south from Pendleton on Hwy 395, then left at the refuge sign.

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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