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Photograph America Newsletter on the Pacific Flyway, California
 
If you are a bird photographer, you must visit the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge on the California/Oregon border. These marshes, lakes, and wetlands cover 48,000 acres and are home to geese, ducks, white pelicans, and other migratory birds each autumn when they are heading south and again in the spring when the flocks are flying back to the Arctic. This newsletter will lead you to the best places to set up a tripod to capture a sky full of Canada geese at sunrise and will guide you to where the blinds are located for bald eagle photography. Also included are details on the Gray Lodge State Wildlife Area near Gridley, California.
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Updated - April 2009
The marshes, lakes, and wetlands of Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge on the California/Oregon border are home to geese, ducks, white pelicans, and other migratory birds in autumn when they are heading south and in the spring when the flocks fly back to the Arctic. This newsletter will lead you to the best places to set up a tripod to capture a sky full of Canada geese or where blinds are located for bald eagle photography.
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Locations
  • Bear Valley Refuge
  • Clear Lake
  • Gray Lodge State Wildlife Area
  • Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuge
  • Klamath Lake
  • Klamath Marsh Refuge
  • Lava Beds National Monument
  • Lower Klamath Refuge
  • Petroglyph Point
  • Sheepy Ridge
  • Tule Lake Refuge
  • Upper Klamath Lake