Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge Updated:04/2022

Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1928 by President Calvin Coolidge “as a preserve and breeding ground for wild birds and animals.” Today it is part of a complex of six National Wildlife Refuges in the Klamath Basin that include Tule Lake, Upper Klamath, Lower Klamath, Klamath Marsh, Bear Valley, and Clear Lake, whose combined mission is to protect what remains of what once was the largest wetlands area west of the Mississippi River. These surviving wetlands remain a highly managed yet critical part of the Pacific Flyway, a place where migrating waterfowl can rest and refuel during their transcontinental spring and fall migrations.

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
4009 Hill Rd
Tulelake, CA  96134 - 9758
Phone: 530-667-2231
Fax: 530-667-8337

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  • Modoc County, California
  • Siskiyou County, California