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Klamath Canyon

This area consists of the last 2 miles of the Klamath River Canyon before it enters California, including the river, riparian area, and upslope oak-pine woodlands in the canyon.

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This area consists of the last 2 miles of the Klamath River Canyon before it enters California, including the river, riparian area, and upslope oak-pine woodlands in the canyon.

Location: On the Klamath River just above the California state line, southwest Klamath County.

Description: This area consists of the last 2 miles of the Klamath River Canyon before it enters California, including the river, riparian area, and upslope oak-pine woodlands in the canyon. Both the riparian willow and upslope oak-pine woodlands are in good condition.

Ornithological Highlights: Lewis's Woodpeckers and Willow Flycatchers, both species of concern on multiple watchlists, are common breeding birds here.  

For more information on Klamath Canyon, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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Location: On the Klamath River just above the California state line, southwest Klamath County.

Description: This area consists of the last 2 miles of the Klamath River Canyon before it enters California, including the river, riparian area, and upslope oak-pine woodlands in the canyon. Both the riparian willow and upslope oak-pine woodlands are in good condition.

Ornithological Highlights: Lewis's Woodpeckers and Willow Flycatchers, both species of concern on multiple watchlists, are common breeding birds here.  

For more information on Klamath Canyon, please see the Technical Site Report in the National IBA database.

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