Our Work


With generous contributions from members and donors, the Friends of Malheur develop and support a variety of outreach activities that foster a connection between Malheur Refuge and our local communities. These outreach initiatives are achieved through nature and wildlife programs, educational scholarships, and Refuge internships. Here are just a few of our annual programs.

Cranes Nest Nature Center 3rd Grade Visit
Peter Pearsall Western Meadowlark

Be a Malheur Refuge Advocate.

You can become a Malheur Refuge champion by joining the Friends of Malheur and together we can advocate for a secure and more prosperous future for Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and our national wildlife refuge system.