San Luis National Wildlife Refuge

San Luis National Wildlife Refuge

Address:PO Box 2176
Los Banos, CA 93635

Phone:209-826-3508
Fax:209-826-1445
Web: sanluis.fws.gov
Established: 1966.
Location:10 miles north of Los Banos.
Facilities:Hiking trails, auto tour route, observation tower.
Activities:Fishing, hunting.
Special Features:San Luis contains the most extensive network of pristine native grasslands, shrubs, and vernal pools that remain in the Central Valley.
Habitats: 26,340 acres of managed seasonal and permanent wetlands, riparian habitat, native grasslands, alkali sinks, and vernal pools.
Access: Open daily from 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset.
Wild life: Mallards, pintails, green-winged teal, hawks, owls, crayfish, frogs, and San Joaquin kit fox.

See other parks in California.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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In recent years the wintering population has become more distributed throughout the San Joaquin Valley, with the San Joaquin Refuge typically hosting about 75 percent of the wintering birds, according to Dennis Woolington, Supervisory Wildlife Biologist for the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
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