Visitor Services & Amenities

Signature Signage

OCT 2005. By summer’s end a new sign was up along Hwy 78 directing visitors toward Malheur Refuge at the Hwy 205 junction near the Poison Creek Grange Hall. Refuge Manager, Donna Stovall, was contacted early this spring by PRIDE, Positive Results from Innovation, Determination, and Energy, a local grass roots organization dedicated to improving the local community.

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Where Has All the Green Grass Gone?

Written by Evan Heeb, Conservation Consultant for Worthy Environmental   This fall, Wintercreek Nursery and Worthy Environmental will begin rebuilding the landscape around the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Headquarters. This project

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USFWS Dual Logos

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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New Toilets at Malheur Refuge

Written by Peter Pearsall/Photo by Ed Moulton, Refuge Maintenance Supervisor The unsung heroes at Malheur Refuge are its maintenance staff. These hardworking Refuge employees ensure that roads are kept in

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