35. Township Road

35. Township Road - Area Map.


About 18 miles southwest of Klamath Falls, Oregon.


Open agricultural lands along the north edge of Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.

Distinct Features:

This area can provide some exciting birding opportunities particularly during the winter months when the number of raptors increase dramatically. When agricultural fields are flooding along this route, large numbers of Bald Eagles and other raptors may congregate in a single field. As flooding progresses thousands of Tundra Swans may also be found in this area (late fall, winter and early spring months).

Birds to Look For:

Tundra Swan, Snow, Ross's and White-fronted Geese, Northern Harrier, Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Raven, Rough-legged and Red-tailed Hawks, Prairie Falcon, Horned Lark, McCowan's Longspur, Lapland Longspur and Snow Bunting.


From Klamath Falls take Highway 97 south past Worden and turn left on the first road past the grain elevators. This is Township Road which extends seven and one-half miles to the east where it intersects Lower Lake Road. GPS: 121° 51' 19.41" W, 42° 2' 15.00" N

For more information Contact:

Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges
4009 Hill Road
Tulelake, CA 96134
Phone: (530) 667 2231

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