Sutter National Wildlife Refuge

Sutter National Wildlife Refuge

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

Phone:530-934-2801
Web: www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=11623
Established: 1945.
Location:North-central California, about 50 miles north of Sacramento.
Activities:Waterfowl and pheasant hunting, wildlife observation.
Special Features:Sutter refuge supports wintering populations of more than 175,000 ducks and 50,000 geese.
Habitats: 2,591 acres of seasonal marsh, permanent ponds, and uplands.
Access: Daylight hours year round.
Wild life: Migratory waterfowl, ducks geese, giant garter snake, Chinook salmon, yellow-billed cuckoo, and Sainson's hawk.

See other parks in California.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Bureau of Reclamation will enter into a two-year water conveyance pilot study with Reclamation District 1004, to annually convey up to 14,354 acre-feet of Central Valley Project yield to the Sutter National Wildlife Refuge in Sutter County.
Due to infrastructure constraints, Level 2 Refuge Water would be conveyed from the Sacramento River, through RD 1004s conveyance system, to Butte Creek before reaching the Sutter National Wildlife Refuge boundary.