Little Pend Oreille National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for 206 species of birds, 58 mammal, 8 reptile, and 6 amphibian species on 40,200 acres of mountainous, mixed conifer forest. Recreational opportunities include wildlife viewing, birding, photography, bicycling, camping, hunting and fishing. Enjoy our new 11 mile auto tour route, open mid April through the end of December, depending on road conditions. Interpretive panels along the route provide information on wildlife, habitats, management practices and historical uses of the area. You can borow a day pack, binoculars and bird guide for your visit for free. Just come to Refuge Headquarters during office hours.