Willow Creek Wildlife Area

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This article is about Willow Creek Wildlife Area in Oregon. For Northern California, see Willow Creek-Lurline Wildlife Management Area.

Willow Creek Wildlife Area, located in northeastern Oregon, United States, near the Columbia River, is operated by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Birds watchers may find birds of prey, waterfowl, wading birds, songbirds and shorebirds.[1]

It is one of four wildlife areas in the Columbia Basin, all open seven days a week. The other three are Coyote Springs, Irrigon, and Power City Wildlife Areas. The Willow Creek Wildlife Area is 646 acres (261 ha) of wetland, sagebrush steppe, grassland, and agricultural habitats. Visitors may hunt deer, pheasant, quail, duck, geese and mourning doves. Boat access is provided and camping is allowed in a designated parking area. There are no restroom facilities.[2]

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  1. ^ Willow Creek Wildlife Area Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Retrieved 11-10-2011.
  2. ^ Columbia Basin Bird Hunting Guide Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Page 2. Retrieved 11-10-2011.

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Coordinates: 45°46′56″N 120°00′26″W / 45.7821°N 120.0073°W / 45.7821; -120.0073