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Sauvie Island Wildlife Area

Sauvie Island Wildlife Area
Map of the United States
Location Columbia and Multnomah counties, Oregon
Coordinates

45°43′12″N 122°48′11″W / 45.72°N 122.803°W / 45.72; -122.803Coordinates: 45°43′12″N 122°48′11″W / 45.72°N 122.803°W / 45.72; -122.803[1]

Area 12,000 acres (49 km2)
Established 1947
Governing body Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Sauvie Island Wildlife Area is a state game management area on Sauvie Island in the U.S. state of Oregon. It contains more than 12,000 acres (4,856 ha)[2] for mixed use including hunting, fishing, canoeing/kayaking, birdwatching and hiking.[3] The wildlife area was established in 1947.

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