The occupation of a national wildlife area by a small, armed group upset over federal land policies stretched into its second week.

The mother of the group’s leader asked supporters to send supplies — everything from warm blankets to coffee creamer.

The group that seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon’s high desert country on Jan. 2 planned no media briefings on Sunday.

The leader of the occupation, Ammon Bundy, has repeatedly rejected calls to leave buildings at the refuge despite pleas from the county sheriff, from many local residents and from Oregon’s governor, among others. He has said the group will leave when there is a plan to transfer control of federal land to locals.

On Saturday, Ammon Bundy’s mother, Carol Bundy, sent an email to supporters asking them to send her son’s group things like sleeping bags, wool socks, cigarettes, toiletries, food, coffee and “French Vanilla Creamer.”

Inside The Occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Building

On Jan. 2, a group of protesters in town supporting the Hammonds — father and son ranchers convicted of arson who are now imprisoned — broke into the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge building and began occupying the space. OPB reporter Amanda Peacher has been inside federal buildings taken over by Ammon Bundy and about two-dozen self-styled militiamen. Use the interactive map to better understand how the group is using the buildings within the wildlife refuge. 

Map data: Leaflet | Esri, DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, i-cubed, USDA, USGS, AEX, Getmapping, Aerogrid, IGN, IGP, swisstopo, and the GIS User Community/OPB