Oaks bottom wildlife refuge
Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge is a city park of about acres (57 ha) in southeast Portland, in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located in a floodplain along the east. Another spectacular green gem in the city. We found this because it was mentioned in the book Stoneheart. Great read, and we now know why it was in the book. Wildlife mural on the Portland Memorial Mausoleum, Oaks Bottom Unusually for a wildlife refuge, dogs are allowed here on leash, and the. Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge. Oaks Bottom Summary. Back to Top. Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge LEGEND Bike & Hike Trail Trail (no bikes) Parking Lot Trail Head Railroad Handicap Accessible Rail Underpass 0 feet NORTH SE Grand Ave. 6th Avenue. Title: Map of Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge Created Date. PP&R created Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge (name changed from Oaks Pioneer Park), the city’s first wildlife refuge, in after a long history of environmental degradation at the site. The City thanks the Sellwood neighbors, schools and colleges, and many other volunteer and partner groups who help restore habitats at the refuge.