A variety of birds visit and live in Crater Lake National Park. Read about the crucial role Crater Lake has played in the resurgence of the Peregrine Falcon population in Oregon.
Crater Lake also has a nesting pair of Bald Eagles. Thanks to safe habitats such as Crater Lake, Bald Eagles were de-listed from the Endangered Species Act in early Summer of 2007. The birds are not a common site at the park, but you can.
The most abundant birds in the park are the Clark's Nutcracker, Mountain Chickadee, and the Dark-eyed Junco. For a complete list of birds found in the park