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This brochure covers the 42-mile Auto Tour Route at Malheur Refuge. It can be downloaded and put on your mobile device or printed to carry with you as you take the route. Note that the brochure is a PDF file; you will need a PDF reader to view the brochure such as the free Adobe Reader. The MP3 file is included in a .zip format because of its size. When unzipped, the series of tracks correspond with the Auto Tour stop number and provide information pertinent to that stop number.
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Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeast Oregon is a special place, for so many reasons and for so many people. It seems to have an indelible effect on visitors, as evidenced by the small but dedicated group of birders, naturalists and solitude-seekers that for decades have made annual or semi-annual pilgrimages to the place. First-time visitors to the area tend to come away awed, even reverent, and eager to return.
Here are some common-sense tips on how to make the most of your visit, whether you are a Malheur neophyte or a dust-bitten, sun-wizened high-desert devotee.