Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge
56 locals recommend ·
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Beautiful Park where you can see Ospreys, Bald Eagles, Deer, Screech Owls, Ducks, and much more.
Great running trails and access to the Springwater Corridor, a 21-5-mile bike and running path that leads all the way to Boring, Oregon.
Oaks Bottom is Portland’s first wildlife refuge, and a Sellwood favorite. The nature trail skirts a natural floodplain where you can see a variety of wildlife including deer and all sorts of migrating birds! Hikers can descend into the refuge itself, and those who need more accessibility can…
Refuge featuring wetlands & deciduous forest with foot/bike paths, native plants & wildlife.
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