Sacramento

Sandhill Cranes

brochure Sacramento - Sandhill Cranes

Sandhill Cranes at Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Site # Site Name Agricultural fields along Highway 45 Agricultural fields along Oroville-Chico Highway Sandhill Crane Use Areas Public Facilities _ P ! Ù ! ] ! F ! 5 ! j ! Ö ! 6 ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Contact/Ownership Information Private property Private property Private property www.fws.gov/refuge/steve_thomspon_north_central_ valley/llano_seco_unit. (530) 934-2801 ! ! Private property Private property Private property Private property ! ! ! Private property ! ! ! ! ! ! 5 Agricultural fields along Grainland Road 6 Agricultural fields along Aguas Frias Road 7 Agricultural fields along Nelson Road at Butte Creek levee 8 Agricultural fields along Butler Road 9 Ag fields along Gridley/Colusa Hwy at Cherokee Canal 10 Gray Lodge Wildlife Area 11 Agricultural fields along North Butte Road ! Agricultural fields along Road R, north of Road 39 Llano Seco Unit- Steve Thompson North Central Valley Wildlife Management Area ! ! ! 1 2 3 4 Drive-by only (no pull out) Roadside Pull Out Parking Area Auto Tour Route Info Kiosk/ Brochures Walking Trail Interpretive Trail Picnic Table Restroom Facility www.dfg.ca.gov, (530)846-7500 Private property January 2020 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For further information on Refuge hunting, wildlife observation, environmental education, or photography, please use our contact information listed above. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento Northern Sacramento Valley Viewing Hotspots Sandhill Crane U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Sandhill Crane Viewing Hotspots of the Northern Sacramento Valley Hamilton Hamilton City City ! H 45 £ ¤ Hwy 45 fields 1 " ) Llano Seco Unit Steve Thompson North Central Valley Wildlife Mg't Area F Ord R erry Road P Sacramento NWR Road 68 Princeton Princeton Upper Butte Basin WA Howard Slough Unit Butler Rd fields ! H Road Z Ch 2.5 5 70 £ ¤ Live Live Oak Oak Pennington Rd ! H ! H Ware Rd. 10 15 Roads State Wildlife Area Birding Site Highway Paved Interstate # ! ( 20 £ ¤ Sa cra m 45 £ ¤ 20 Miles Marysville Marysville 20 £ ¤ Moroni Rd Reststop ! H ! H Yuba Yuba City City Sutter NWR Oswald Rd Gravel Birding Route 20 £ ¤ Tarke Rd Wescott Rd. Abel Rd. Colusa NWR Ohm Rd Lonestar Rd. Husted Rd. ! H 20 £ ¤ National Wildlife Refuge " )# d Progress Rd 0 utte R Gridley Gridley Colusa Colusa eerr RRiivv ttoo eenn ° ! H Wes t Bu tte I-5 § ¦ ¨ £ ¤ 9 " ) B North Maxwell Rd. Williams Williams e rb a y al an eC e k ero Cherokee Canal " 10 ) 11 " ) N. Butte Rd fields # ! # ! 99W £ ¤ 20 A ft Oroville Oroville Rd Maxwell Maxwell Delevan NWR o ! H 162 £ ¤ Afton Rd Upper Butte Basin WA Little Dry Creek Unit Gray Lodge Wildlife Area River Rd. Four Mile Rd. 45 £ ¤ Nelson Rd fields 162 £ ¤ Gridley Colusa Hwy Delevan Rd. 99 £ ¤ Oroville WA ! H " )8 7 " ) Th e rml it Road 61 " )6 y ! H 70 £ ¤ 149 £ ¤ Aguas Frias fields Nelson Rd Butte Butte City City Road 60 Grainland Rd a Midw Road 57 191 £ ¤ Grainland Rd fields 5 " ) Upper Butte Basin WA Llano Seco Unit 162 £ ¤ ! H Willows Willows oad 4 " ) Road 39 Oroville-Chico Hwy fields Aguas Frias Rd 3 " ) Road R # ! # ! 2 " ) Durham Dayton Hwy Seven Mile Lane Road R fields Road 33 r Rd Oro ville Hw Chico y Butler Rd I-5 Rive River Rd § ¦ ¨ o Chic Chico Chico FFeeath eerr RRiivveerr 99W £ ¤ 32 £ ¤ ! H Pennington 32 £ ¤ Almond Orchard ! H Afton Blvd (Rd Y) Orland Orland Hughes Rd 99 £ ¤ Map produced by: Sacramento NWRC Projection: UTM Zone 10 Datum: NAD83 January 2020 Copyright:(c) 2014 Esri Wildlife Viewing Tips: - Respect Private Property. Do not drive or walk on privately owned areas. - Be Safe. Do not park or stop on narrow roads - avoid accidents. - Use Binoculars. - Use Blinds. Use existing vegetation or your car as a blind. Wildlife does not spook as easily by slow-moving or parked cars. - Walk Slowly and Talk Softly to observe the birds' natural behaviors. - Be a Land Steward. Do not litter or trample vegetation.

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