Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge

Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge

Address:PO Box 5839
Ventura, CA 93005

Phone:805-644-5185
Fax:805-644-1732
Web: www.fws.gov/hoppermountain/Hopper
Established: 1974.
Location:Northeast of Fillmore, California.
Special Features:Area is a traditional feeding site for the endangered California condor. From October through May, the birds can occasionally be seen from observation points in the Los Padres National Forest (see entry in national forest section).
Habitats: 2,471 acres of rugged mountains, rock outcroppings, chaparral, hardwood groves, and open grasslands.
Access: Closed to visitation.
Wild life: California condor and other birds.

See other parks in California.
References in periodicals archive ?
Fish and Wildlife Service at the Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge, near Ventura, Calif.
In late April, Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex (Refuge Complex) received reports of condors at the U.S.
In 1991, the FWS Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex in southern California was designated the field headquarters for the condor reintroduction program.