Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge is 20 mi. e. off US 97 on SR 161. The 53,600-acre refuge provides shelter for large numbers of migratory waterfowl, including thousands of snow geese. Established by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908, it is the nation's oldest waterfowl refuge. Not only waterfowl visit here—some 500-1,000 bald eagles arrive November through March. An auto tour route is available.