California Department of Fish and Game Create an Accountlast updated: August 2011Contact California Department of Fish and GameTo request additions or corrections to this entry email the Administrator6 Introductory articles were found for California Department of Fish and Game Camper’s Guide to Being Bear Aware Complete List of Amphibian, Reptile, Bird and Mammal Species in California Homeowner’s & Renter’s Guide to Living in Bear Country Keep Me Wild: Coyote Brochure Keep Me Wild: Wild Turkey Brochure Staying Safe in Mountain Lion CountryRelated Success Stories for California Department of Fish and GameBahia Acquisition and Wetland Restoration ProjectProject to permanently protect a 632-acre property consisting of unique native oak woodlands and diked/filled wetlands and to restore significant acreage of tidal wetlands.Fish Friendly Farming Environmental CertificationThe FFF program integrates economic use of farmland with the production of environmental benefits. The land manager is the central figure in achieving and sustaining environmental improvements.Grassland Ecological Area Enhancement and Restoration ProjectThe Grassland Ecological Area Enhancement and Restoration Project enhanced and restored wetlands and associated habitats in the Grasslands Ecological Area in the heart of the Central Valley.Guadalupe River Project, San Jose, CaliforniaThis project provides 100-year flood protection, habitat protection, water quality protection, fish & wildlife enhancement, and recreation & open space features within the Guadalupe River watershed.Integrating Desert Conservation, Visitor Services, and Public SafetyKey government agencies created the California Desert Managers Group to coordinate conservation, recreation, research and other activities at a landscape scale.Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation ProgramThis innovative project is the largest and longest-term major river system habitat restoration plan, designed to create habitat and protect listed and sensitive species. Poso Creek Flood Plain Wetland Habitat ProjectOn the Poso Creek Flood Plain Wetland Habitat Project, partners are working together to restore and enhance wetlands in the Tulare Basin, site of California's largest historic freshwater wetland.Salt Pond Restoration in San Francisco BayRestoration of 25,000 wetland acres at salt ponds around San Francisco Bay, with additional benefits from flood management, public access, and recreation.Santa Ana River Watershed ProgramThe Santa Ana Watershed Association develops and implements programs that enhance and sustain the natural resources of the river for wildlife and people.
Camper’s Guide to Being Bear Aware
Complete List of Amphibian, Reptile, Bird and Mammal Species in California
Homeowner’s & Renter’s Guide to Living in Bear Country
Keep Me Wild: Coyote Brochure
Keep Me Wild: Wild Turkey Brochure
Staying Safe in Mountain Lion Country