The Klamath Basin is a critical stopover point for migrating waterfowl, shorebirds, and other bird species. Especially as we approach peak fall migration. More than 80 percent of the Pacific Flyway waterfowl population uses the Klamath Basin during the fall migration.Write to Secretary of the Interior
Earlier this summer, you helped us generate comments asking the refuge to secure water deliveries for Klamath’s future. Now, we need your help in the short-term as we wait for them to determine new management strategies. Please write to Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today and urge her to provide the refuges with water for fall migration and wintering eagles, and to seek long term solutions that will ensure the Klamath Refuges have adequate water.