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Waukell Creek Wildlife Area

Description

The 28-acre Waukell Creek Wildlife Area is a long, narrow parcel of land situated on the east side of Highway 101, and was designated as a wildlife area by the Fish and Game Commission in 1993. The dominating feature is the willow- and cottonwood-lined Waukell Creek, which flows through the property from south to north, and enters the Klamath River a short distance north of the Wildlife Area boundary.

The area is of importance mainly for water- and riparian-associated wildlife, including waterfowl, waders, songbirds, and beavers. This riparian corridor also supports resident rainbow trout, and the occasional Roosevelt elk.

For more information, call the area at (707) 464-2523 or the Northern Region Redding office at (530) 225-2300.


Recreational Opportunities

Wildlife Viewing Waterfowl Hunting Hunting with Shotguns

Activities: wildlife viewing, birdwatching, and waterfowl hunting

Hunting: Type C Wildlife Area.

Facilities: None

PLEASE NOTE: For information on public use regulations for this area and other Department lands please refer to the link opens in new windowCDFW Public Lands Regulations booklet. Scroll to the Table of Contents. Locate the page number for general regulations for public uses on all Department lands. For additional regulations that apply only to certain properties, check the Table of Contents for sections that refer to additional or property-specific regulations for wildlife areas or ecological reserves. All visitors are responsible for knowing and following the general and property-specific regulations.


Last update : 7/20/2017 3:03:20 PM


Wildlife Branch - Lands Program
1812 9th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 445-0411


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Location

Northern Region (Region 1)

Del Norte County

approximately 65 miles north of Eureka, and 22 miles south of Crescent City

Access: From Eureka head north on Highway 101. The Wildlife Area is located on the east side of the highway, just south of the Klamath River at its confluence with Waukell Creek.

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