Owner: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge, Willows CA (530) 934-2801
Public Access: yes
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Access Via: River only
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Fishing Supplement: Click Here
This site is located at River Mile 232-R, approximately 12 miles south of Red Bluff.
This 630 acre unit, located in Tehama County, is owned by USFWS. The property consists entirely of riparian habitat, of which 401 acres are restored and 229 are pre-existing.
The pre-existing riparian habitat consists mostly of cottonwood and mixed riparian forests, riparian scrub, and gravel bar. Special vegetation profiles include a mid-terrace mixed riparian forest. Special wildlife use includes breeding lazuli bunting, common yellowthroat, heron/egret rookery, Western yellow-billed cuckoo, California quail, and the largest bank swallow colony on the Sacramento River.
Current Land Use
Fifty-seven acres of this unit (gravel bars) are open to the activities listed. The remaining 573 acres are open to all activities listed except for hunting. Please visit sacramentorefuges.fws.gov for further details.