America's Byways and National Wildlife Refuges
Pacific Coast Scenic Byway - Oregon
Drive the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway for incredible coastal views, as well as close-ups of charming towns and historic buildings. Though culture and history abound on the byway, several National Wildlife Refuges are also found along the way. The Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuge Complex consists of six refuges, five of which are on or near the byway. Bandon Marsh, Cape Meares, Nestucca Bay, and Stiletz Bay National Wildlife Refuges feature superb birding opportunities. Two other National Wildlife Refuges, Oregon Islands and Lewis and Clark (the only refuge on the byway that is not part of the refuge complex), not only offer birding opportunities, but wildlife watching that includes seals, sea lions, beavers, raccoons, and otters.
Fish and Wildlife Lands
- Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge
- Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge
- Lewis and Clark National Wildlife Refuge-OR
- Nestucca Bay National Wildlife Refuge
- Oregon Coast National Wildlife Refuges
- Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge
- Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge
- Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge
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