The United States first took action to protect its wetlands when President Theodore Roosevelt created a list of Natural Reserves in 1908. The first of these reserves is the Klamath Natural Wildlife Refuge, a wetland 46,900 acres large (representing only 10% of its natural size) in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
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