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: Public road
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• Gravel Lot Pedestrian Access
• Trails Other Facilities
• Informational kiosk
This site is located at River Mile 216.5-R, approximately 6 miles east of Corning. The site is directly south of Woodson Bridge State Recreation Area.
This 1149 acre unit, located in Tehama County, is owned by USFWS. The property consists almost entirely of restored riparian habitat.
Habitat restoration began in 1993, and consists mostly of mixed riparian forest, with some Valley oak savannah and elderberry savannah. Special vegetation profiles include natural regeneration of Valley oaks and blue elderberry. Special wildlife use includes nesting blue grosbeak.
Current Land Use
The northern portion of this unit is open to all listed activities except hunting; hunters access and firearms are prohibited in this area. The southern portion of this unit is open to all listed activities; hunter access is via river only. The eastern portion of this unit is designated as santuary and is closed to public use. Please visit sacramentovalleyrefuges.fws.gov for further details.
Access to this unit for all activities, except hunting, is through the gravel parking area, located on the south side of south avenue, just east of Woodson Bridge; there are no firearms allowed through this entrance. Hunter access is allowed through the southends of the unit via river only.