Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge


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Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Sacramento NWR
752 County Rd 99W
Willows, CA 95988

Phone:530-934-2801
Web: www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/sacriver.htm
Established: 1989.
Location:North of Sacramento, California.
Facilities:Viewing sites, interpretive panels, hiking trail.
Activities:Hiking, hunting, fishing, wildlife observation.
Special Features:Refuge is composed of 26 properties along a 77-mile stretch of the Sacramento River between the cities of Red Bluff and Princeton.
Habitats: About 10,000 acres of riparian habitat, wetlands, and uplands, with croplands and walnut, almond, and prune orchards.
Access: Currently limited to a portion of the Llano Seco unit: open year round from sunrise to sunset.
Wild life: Migratory songbirds and waterfowl, river otter, turtles, beaver, American pelicans, ospreys, and bank swallows.

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