The Klamath Basin spans across the two states, beginning as headwaters in southwest Oregon and flowing down stream through the Klamath Mountains, picking up major tributaries and eventually flowing into the Pacific Ocean at river’s mouth on the Northcoast of California. The Basin includes territory of more than 10,0000 indigenous peoples including members of the Klamath, the Shasta, the Hoopa, the Karuk and the Yurok Tribes. The varied ecology of the basin provides a home and passage for a remarkable diversity of plants and wildlife, including threatened and endangered fish, mammals, reptiles and bird species.
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Somes Bar, California 95568