The McLoughlin Falls wildlife unit was established by WDFW in May 2012 through jointly funded grants from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This 165.5-acre property was purchased to enhance riparian and big game habitats. The unit is located about 6 miles south of Tonasket along the Okanogan River. Elevation in the unit ranges from 860 feet to over 1,600 feet and temperatures vary throughout the year from –5° to 110° Fahrenheit.
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