Region in Cooperative Study of Sacramento Valley Red Fox with U.C. Davis

The Sacramento Valley Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes patwin) is a native species endemic to the Sacramento Valley. Between 2007 and 2009 the current distribution and status of this species was estimated using opportunistic sampling. Further research on this Species of

Region in Cooperative Study of Sacramento Valley Red Fox with U.C. Davis

The Sacramento Valley Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes patwin) is a native species endemic to the Sacramento Valley. Between 2007 and 2009 the current distribution and status of this species was estimated using opportunistic sampling. Further research on this Species of

Please Welcome Gina Ford as the New Senior Environmental Scientist for HabCon

Please join me in welcoming Gina Ford into the Habitat Conservation Program in North Central Region. Gina comes to us from Water Branch (downtown), where she has been working for the past few years under a contract providing support to

Please Welcome Gina Ford as the New Senior Environmental Scientist for HabCon

Please join me in welcoming Gina Ford into the Habitat Conservation Program in North Central Region. Gina comes to us from Water Branch (downtown), where she has been working for the past few years under a contract providing support to

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CDFW Biologists Help Monitor the California Spotted Owl

The California Spotted Owl (CSO) (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) is a highly territorial species that can be found in the western Sierra Nevada and southern Coast Range of California. The long-lived species habitat mostly consists of mixed-conifer and oak woodland forests.

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CDFW Biologists Help Monitor the California Spotted Owl

The California Spotted Owl (CSO) (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) is a highly territorial species that can be found in the western Sierra Nevada and southern Coast Range of California. The long-lived species habitat mostly consists of mixed-conifer and oak woodland forests.

Knoxville Wildlife Area Reopens, Cache Creek Natural Area and Putah Creek Wildlife Area Remain Closed

With successful containment of the Jerusalem fire, the Knoxville Wildlife Area has reopened to public as of Monday, Aug. 17. The Jerusalem fire burned 25,118 acres in Napa and Lake counties, eventually joining the southern flank of the Rocky Fire.

Knoxville Wildlife Area Reopens, Cache Creek Natural Area and Putah Creek Wildlife Area Remain Closed

With successful containment of the Jerusalem fire, the Knoxville Wildlife Area has reopened to public as of Monday, Aug. 17. The Jerusalem fire burned 25,118 acres in Napa and Lake counties, eventually joining the southern flank of the Rocky Fire.

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CDFW Wildlife Officer Academy Graduates 30 Cadets

Thirty new law enforcement cadets graduated from the California Wildlife Officer Academy during ceremonies at the Performing Arts Center in Paradise on Aug. 14, 2015. The graduating class includes 23 sponsored warden cadets who will begin field training immediately. Another

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CDFW Wildlife Officer Academy Graduates 30 Cadets

Thirty new law enforcement cadets graduated from the California Wildlife Officer Academy during ceremonies at the Performing Arts Center in Paradise on Aug. 14, 2015. The graduating class includes 23 sponsored warden cadets who will begin field training immediately. Another

Please Welcome Patrick Moeszinger as the New PG&E Liaison for HabCon

Good Morning HabCon, I am excited to announce that we have filled the PG&E liaison position. Please join me in congratulating Patrick Moeszinger as he embarks on his newest adventure. Isabel Baer

Please Welcome Patrick Moeszinger as the New PG&E Liaison for HabCon

Good Morning HabCon, I am excited to announce that we have filled the PG&E liaison position. Please join me in congratulating Patrick Moeszinger as he embarks on his newest adventure. Isabel Baer

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Please Welcome Kelley Barker as the New HabCon Supervisor

Good morning all, I am pleased to announce that Kelley Barker has been offered and has accepted the new HabCon Supervisor position. Please join me in congratulating her and I know that you will give her your full support. Thanks.

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Please Welcome Kelley Barker as the New HabCon Supervisor

Good morning all, I am pleased to announce that Kelley Barker has been offered and has accepted the new HabCon Supervisor position. Please join me in congratulating her and I know that you will give her your full support. Thanks.

Responsible Angling Practices Help Protect and Grow Sturgeon Populations

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is asking anglers to use caution and extra vigilance to help conserve California’s white sturgeon and green sturgeon populations, both of which are being impacted by the drought. Sturgeon are caught by

Responsible Angling Practices Help Protect and Grow Sturgeon Populations

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is asking anglers to use caution and extra vigilance to help conserve California’s white sturgeon and green sturgeon populations, both of which are being impacted by the drought. Sturgeon are caught by

Knoxville Wildlife Area Closed Due to Rocky Fire

Because of the Rocky Fire in neighboring Lake County, Knoxville Wildlife Area is closed to all public use until further notice to allow safe access for emergency vehicles. The closure affects Knoxville-Berryessa Road north of Pope Canyon Road. It is

Knoxville Wildlife Area Closed Due to Rocky Fire

Because of the Rocky Fire in neighboring Lake County, Knoxville Wildlife Area is closed to all public use until further notice to allow safe access for emergency vehicles. The closure affects Knoxville-Berryessa Road north of Pope Canyon Road. It is

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Bat Talk and Walk

Various Days, June to September 2015 — Bat Talk and Walk at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, 45211 County Road 32B, Davis (95618). Following a 45-minute indoor presentation on bat natural history and viewing live bats, participants will carpool to

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Bat Talk and Walk

Various Days, June to September 2015 — Bat Talk and Walk at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, 45211 County Road 32B, Davis (95618). Following a 45-minute indoor presentation on bat natural history and viewing live bats, participants will carpool to