Mt McLoughlin viewed from Hagelstein Park
birding trail in morning light

hagelstein park birding trail, a klamath county park, not far from wood river wetlands birding trail. both are ideal for birders as they're part of the many klamath basin birding trails in the pacific flyway of southern oregon, not far from crater lake national park in the cascade mountains of oregon either.

Hagelstein Park birding trail,
one of the many Klamath Basin birding trails in Oregon
and not far from Crater Lake National Park

Hagelstein Park birding trail, a Klamath County Park, in the Klamath Basin is part of a system of Wildlife Refuges and wetlands in the heart of the Pacific Flyway of Oregon. Klamath Basin sustains over 430 species of resident and migratory birds, including bald eagles, sandhill cranes and pelicans. The southern half of Klamath Lake supports Bald Eagles year round. Howard Bay on Klamath Lake is home to nesting Blue Herons, Pelicans and Snow Geese. Klamath Lake is the largest body of fresh water in Oregon, covering an expanse of 133 square miles.

Klamath Basin in the Pacific Flyway,
a birder's paradise

Easily accessible and quite marvelous birding sites: The Upper and Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuges, Tulelake Wildlife Refuge, Wood River Wetlands on Agency Lake, Howards Bay and Shoalwater Bay - Eagle Ridge on Klamath Lake.

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Forward ~ The Williamson River Gorge: rugged
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Back ~ Egrets visit at Hagelstein Park birding trail
almost all year round.

NPS: Crater Lake National Park near to the retreat.

Hagelstein Park birding trail, not far from Wood River Wetlands birding trail, is one, along with many Klamath Basin birding trails in the Pacific Flyway of southern Oregon - and not far from Crater Lake National Park either.

Birding in Klamath Basin in the Pacific Flyway: Birders Trails in the wildlife refuges and wetlands, canoeing in Klamath Wildlife and the Wood River Wetlands.

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Mallards in flight at Wood River Wetlands birding trail (pictured above), one of the many Klamath Basin birding trails, not far from Gathering Light ... a retreat. Rustic simplicity, a place to "Just Be", Gathering Light is nestled on the banks of the river, surrounded by the Fremont Winema National Forest of southern Oregon, and not far from Crater Lake National Park.