Project Description and Location
The San Jacinto Wildlife Area (SJWA) is currently composed of approximately 20,126 acres of land located within central Riverside County. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has prepared the draft land management plan (LMP) to help guide its future planning and management operations for the SJWA. The general purpose of the SJWA is to protect and enhance habitat for plant and wildlife species and to provide the public with compatible, related recreational uses. Public uses that would continue to be permitted under the LMP include waterfowl and upland game hunting, bird watching, hiking, hunting dog training, horseback riding, nature study, photography, and mountain biking. The draft LMP is available to facilitate and inform the future draft Environmental Impact Report per the "Notice of Preparation".