The ODFW Visitors' Guide
High Desert Region
Photo by Robert Mutch
Klamath Wildlife Area Management Plan (pdf)
Best time to visit: All year. Highest concentration of waterfowl occurs in late winter and early spring.
What to see and do
At the wildlife area: Klamath Wildlife Area is managed to provide habitat for wintering and nesting waterfowl, upland game birds and a variety of other wildlife. Bald eagles, white pelicans and ospreys are among the bird species present during certain times of the year.
Nearby: The surrounding area offers catfish and bass fishing.
The wildlife area is located four miles south of Klamath Falls on Hwy. 97. The area is west of the highway and extends south 2.5 miles. Miller Island Road West goes through the area.
Address and Phone
Klamath Wildlife Area
1850 Miller Island Road West
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
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