CDFW’s Ocean Ranch Unit Opens to Waterfowl Looking, Public Entry on Jan. 2, 2023
The California Division of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is happy to announce that its Ocean Ranch Unit in Humboldt County, a part of the bigger Eel River Wildlife Space, will open to waterfowl searching and common public entry starting Monday, January 2, 2023.
Over the previous two years, the unit has been topic to periodic public closures to permit for heavy building and habitat restoration work to profit native plant, fish and wildlife species. All restoration efforts are actually full. Improved public entry and pleasure of the property additionally has been a spotlight of the work, and the unit now provides a proper path system, improved parking, a brand new launch for kayaks and canoes, and interpretive signage.
Waterfowl hunters particularly ought to pay attention to modified circumstances inside the Ocean Ranch Unit, together with new trails, deep-water channels and ranging wetland habitat options.
A Kind C wildlife space, the Ocean Ranch Unit is open to each to walk-in and boat-in searching. No reservations, searching passes or entry permits are required past a sound California searching license and a California Duck Validation and Federal Duck Stamp for grownup hunters.
Shawn Fresz, CDFW Northern Area, (707) 601-6281
Peter Tira, CDFW Communications, (916) 215-3858