Wood River Wetland in the Klamath Basin is part of a system of Wildlife Refuges and wetlands located in the Klamath Basin. This is the heart of the Pacific Flyway: Klamath Basin sustains over 430 species of resident and migratory birds, migratory Redband Rainbow Trout, and Brown Trout.
The Wood River winds through forest and lush farmlands from its spring-fed origin to its tule adorned mouth.
The flow is gentle and meandering, perfect for mellow paddling.
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