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You can follow the footsteps of Lewis and Clark or visit the battlegrounds of the Nez Pierce Indians while taking one of Eastern Idaho's incredible scenic drives. Learn More

Camas Wildlife Refuge

Address
2150 E 2350 N
Hamer, Idaho 83425
Phone
208-662-5423
Category
Natural Attraction

Description

The Camas Wildlife Refuge is one of 500 national wildlife refuges in the country. Each year during spring and fall, the refuge is filled with migrating songbirds and waterfowls, with numbers peaking at 50,000.

About half of the refuge's 10,578 acres are lakes, ponds, and marshlands. The remainder consists of lush grass, sagebrush uplands and meadows.

Fowls are not the only wildlife that frequent this refuge. Small mammals such as beavers, coyotes, and cottontails are often found roaming the fields. Five species of big game also inhabit the area: white-tailed deer, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, moose and elk. Among the endangered and rare species, typical visitors are the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and trumpeter swan.

The natural sights are sure to please no matter what the age.

The refuge is easily accessible from I-15. Take the Hamer exit and proceed east to the frontage road. Go north on the frontage road to the overpass. Directions are posted from the highway.

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