... and the sun sets at Wood River Wetlands,
not far from Crater Lake National Park

wood river wetlands, one of the many birding trails in klamath basin, the pacific flyway, not far from crater lake national park in southern oregon - about 20 miles from crater lake national park.

Mt Scott, on the eastern flank of Mt Mazama, Crater Lake National Park, from Wood River Wetlands.

Wood River Wetland in the Klamath Basin is part of a system of Wildlife Refuges and wetlands located in the Klamath Basin. This is the heart of the Pacific Flyway: 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, TulelakeWildlife Refuge, Wood River Wetlands on Agency Lake, Howards Bay and Shoalwater Bay - Eagle Ridge on Klamath Lake.

There are more! Check them out: Birding Trails in Klamath Basin and the Pacific Flyway.

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Fort creek flows from underground like kimball creek not far from crater lake national park in southern oregon.

Forward ~ Mt Scott, again, from Wood River Wetlands..

Back ~ Mt Scott on the eastern rim at Crater Lake.

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.

NPS: Crater Lake National Park near to the retreat.

Mallards in flight: Wood River wetlands, one of the many Klamath Basin birding trails in southern Oregon, and not far from Crater Lake National Park either.

Travel Oregon and northern California while staying at Gathering Light ... a retreat
located in southern Oregon near Crater Lake National Park. Visit,sightseeing at little known scenic places; hiking nature's untrammeled trails.

Underground stream flow into Kimball Creek, Fort Creek, into the Williamson River, more in the area surrounding gathering light ... a retreat and crater lake national park. gathering light ... a retreat located near crater lake national park in southern oregon.

Travel to Gathering Light on the Umpqua Scenic Byway:Travel Directions, Map and Scenery: hiking trails, waterfalls,mountains, wild and scenic rivers, hot springs and more.

Directions to and Day Trips of about 100 miles from the retreat.

Little known Scenic Places to explore: hiking and birding trails, wildlife refuges, wetlands, mountains, river gorges, wilderness areas and more near Crater Lake and the retreat: Directions Map and Scenery.

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Wild Irises bloom riverside (pictured above) at 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.