Refuge Management

Observations from Malheur Lake

As we slowly drift into spring, with winter dragging its heavy feet, migratory birds of the Pacific Flyway are feeling the Zugunruhe which drives them north from their southern wintering grounds. Southern Oregon and Northeastern California, collectively known as the SONEC wetland region, is a favorite spring staging ground of many migratory birds.

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Refuge System Rebranding Effort

Refuge System Rebranding Effort By Janelle Wicks/ Photos by USFWS Are you familiar with Puddles, the Blue Goose? Do you know the flying goose and jumping fish shield? What is

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Welcome Zack McCoy!

My name is Zack McCoy and I’d like to introduce myself as the new P-Ranch Substation Manager at Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. I started here in late August after making a short move from Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge just to the west in Plush, Oregon. I worked on Hart as the equipment operator/maintenance mechanic since January of 2017.

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