“A Veritable Wonderland for Hunters”
Purchased in 1929, Los Banos Wildlife Area was the first of a series of waterfowl refuges established throughout the state to manage habitat for wintering waterfowl. Expanded from its original 3,000 acres, there are now 6,217 acres of wetland habitat which includes lakes, sloughs and managed marsh. Only designated roads are open to motor vehicles, but with some exceptions, you can walk or bicycle over the whole area. Western pond turtles, raccoons, striped skunks, beaver and muskrats, as well as over 200 species of birds are among the many animals found here.
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Los Banos Wildlife Area
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