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“ We saw eagles everywhere. It was the closest we’d ever been to a bald eagle and perhaps, to each other…” Lora J. Finnegan, Sunset Magazine.
Birding all year-round
Harriman Springs is part the heart of the Pacific Flyway.
Upper Klamath Basin is an important stopover for the Pacific Flyway. Six national wildlife refuges, including the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge that borders Harriman Springs, three star wildlife areas and thousands of acres of private farmlands converge to provide habitat for a wide variety of waterfowl, shorebirds, songbirds, raptors, big game, small mammals and aquatic life. At least 489 species of wildlife visit or live in this diverse wonderland. Upwards of 500 bald eagles migrate to the area November through April. Rocky Point has several mating eagle pairs that live here year round. Millions of birds stop here throughout the year to feed, rest and raise their young.