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Friends ((Virtual)) Gathering

The Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge are committed to keeping you connected and informed! We hope that you will join us for our virtually re-imagined Friends Gathering with daily events from Monday August 17th – Saturday August 22nd.
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WELCOME

Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge was formed in 1999 and is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.

We are committed to conserving, enhancing, and restoring fish and wildlife habitat and cultural history in the Harney Basin of southeast Oregon through the support of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge staff and programs.

Message from the Director

Dear Friend,

The novel Coronavirus, Covid-19, is having a profound impact on our lives across the country, around the world and in our communities. The Friends of Malheur NWR are sensitive to the fact that this virus is disrupting lives through the illness itself and beyond into personal, emotional and societal economic contraints. We, first and foremost, wish everyone the safety and support that they need to stay healthy in these times. Read More…

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SEASONS OF WILDLIFE

Learn about what you can expect to see and when you can expect to see it.

Upcoming Events

Come hang out with us!

REFUGE PLACES OF INTEREST

Learn about interesting areas and locations to visit at the Refuge.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Directions, lodging, must-see stops. Get all the details you need to plan your visit.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Learn about FOMR projects and volunteer opportunities.

BROWSE OUR eBIRD LISTS

Click the link below to browse current Malheur Refuge sightings on eBird.

OUR LATEST NEWS

List compiled by Teresa Wicks/ Photo by Loree Johnson Portland Audubon's Eastern Oregon Field Biologist, Teresa Wicks, has been compiling a weekly bird list. We have been sharing that list on the @MalheurFriends Facebook page as a p...
Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo by Peter Pearsall Malheur Refuge is celebrated for the incredible quantity and diversity of migratory birds that use its many habitat types through the seasons, but the Refuge is home to many year-rou...

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