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Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge

comprehensive conservation plan

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Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California/Nevada Refuge Planning Office in Sacramento, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wildlife conservation -- California -- Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge,
  • Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge (Calif.) -- Environmental conditions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
    ContributionsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. CA/NV Refuge Planning Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14534453M
    OCLC/WorldCa52742251

    Elkhorn Slough National E.


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Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge Download PDF EPUB FB2

San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Salinas River National Refuge. Salinas National Refuge, off Del Monte Blvd is a good birding, hunting and fishing location.

Its unlike, other commercially popular locations. It is a Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge book refuge very close to Monterey at the place where Salinas River empties into the bay.

It is approximately 65 miles south.4/5(1). Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge attraction travel guidebook, Monterey County must-visit attractions. provides tourists with Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge attraction address, business hours, brief introduction, open hours, nearby recommendation, restaurant, reviews etc.

These information answers detailedly about what to visit in Monterey County.5/5. The Salinas River NWR provides access to surf fishing on the beach. Some commonly caught fish include striped bass and surfperch. Some commonly caught fish include striped bass and surfperch.

There is no fishing on the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, including the saline pond. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge --Comprehensive conservation planning process --Current and future refuge management --Refuge management direction: Objectives and strategies --Biological resources at the refuge --Funding and personnel --Establishment and history of the Salinas River NWR --Salinas River NWR vision statement --Management.

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge - A Coastal Retreat for Wildlife. This story by former Refuge Manager Ivette Loredo was originally published in the Summer issue of Tideline, the quarterly newsletter of the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, Salinas: See reviews, articles, and 6 photos of Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 25 attractions in Salinas.4/5(1).

Monterey County, California: Including its History, The National Steinbeck Center, The Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo, The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, and More by Johnathan Black Johnathan BlackAuthor: Johnathan Black.

About the Refuge At just acres, the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge boasts a colorful mosaic of coastal dunes, beaches, salt marshes, saline ponds, grasslands, and riparian habitats.

The refuge was initially established in because of its prime location along the Pacific Flyway. The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge has a long remote sandy beach at the mouth of the Salinas River north of Monterey, CA.

The refuge is managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. It protects dunes and natural habitat while providing the general public some hiking trails to explore and for access to the beach just south of the Salinas on: Neponset Rd Salinas, CA Salinas River Refuge is located approximately 11 miles north of Monterey at the point where Salinas River empties into Monterey Bay.

The refuge encompasses several habitat types including sand dunes, pickleweed salt marsh, river lagoon, riverine, and a saline pond. Rules and Regulations There are lots of fun, interesting, and educational things you can do on the refuge.

Keep in mind, if an activity is not wildlife related and does not help in the protection or understanding of wildlife or their habitat, there are probably refuge rules governing this activity.

At just acres, the refuge boasts a colorful mosaic of coastal dunes, beaches, salt marshes, saline ponds, grasslands and riparian habitats. The refuge was initially established in because of its prime location along the Pacific Flyway. During the spring and fall migrations, thousands of birds traveling along the Pacific Flyway flock to the refuge, seeking shelter and food in one of Location: Off Of Del Monte Blvd heading west of Castroville, Salinas, Additional Physical Format: Print version: Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge.

Sacramento, CA: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California/Nevada Refuge Planning Office, []. () Neponset Rd Salinas, CA /5(2). Monterey Bay Coastal Trail, CA Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, CA. Dune Boardwalk Trail, CA Marina, CA.

Elkhorn Slough Exploration, CA Moss Landing, CA. Dune Trail, CA Moss Landing, CA. Elkhorn Slough and Moss Landing, CA Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, CA. The Salinas River is the longest river of the Central Coast region of California, running miles ( km) and draining 4, square miles.

It flows north-northwest and drains the Salinas Valley that slices through the central California Coast Ranges south of Monterey Bay. The river begins in southern San Luis Obispo County, originating in the Los Machos Hills of the Los Padres National : Monterey Bay.

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge - Site # The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge boasts a colorful mosaic of coastal dunes, beaches, salt marshes, saline ponds, grasslands, and riparian habitats, and provides habitat for a number of threatened and endangered species.

Regional - worth visiting if you are already in the area. They may be located farther from populated areas or with more limited wildlife. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge is a mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Salinas, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels.

The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and fishing and is accessible year-round.3/5(3). The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge has a long remote sandy beach at the mouth of the Salinas River north of Monterey, CA.

The refuge is managed by the US [ ] See details. Salinas River State Beach – Moss Landing Entrance. miles away, N. Salinas River State Beach has a northern unit with a parking lot and beach access in the Location: Monterey Dunes Way Castroville, CA Moss Landing State Wildlife Area; Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park; Point Lobos State Natural Reserve; National Parks, Forests & Sanctuaries.

Fort Ord National Monument; Los Padres National Forest; Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary; Pinnacles National Park; Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. Included in this book are The Jose Eusebio Boronda Adobe, The Salinas Sports Complex, The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, The California Rodeo Salinas and everything in between.

With content from a huge community of contributors, you get the convenience and security of a real print travel guide, but with fresh data and content. Funded in cooperation with the Monterey County Board of Supervisors and the communities of Pebble Beach Company, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Del Rey Oaks, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Salinas, Sand City, Seaside, Moss Landing, Carmel Valley, Big Sur, and Salinas Valley.

At just acres, the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge boasts a colorful mosaic of coastal dunes, beaches, salt marshes, saline ponds, grasslands, and riparian habitats. The refuge was initially established in because of its prime location along the Pacific Flyway. During the spring and fall migrations, thousands of birds traveling along the Pacific Flyway flock to the refuge 3/5(3).

This video shows a view of the beach at Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge located in Marina California. For more information on this beach, check ou. and designated the area as the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge.

This acquisition somewhat improved the value of the remaining wildlife habitat in the study area. Although the study area has been adversely affected by adjacent land use and flood control practices, the Salinas. Top Salinas Nature & Wildlife Areas: See reviews and photos of nature & wildlife areas in Salinas, California on Tripadvisor.

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge is managed as part of the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex. At just acres, the Salinas River NWR boasts a colorful mosaic of coastal dunes, beaches, salt marshes, saline ponds, grasslands, and riparian habitats.

Hotels near Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge, Salinas on Tripadvisor: F traveler reviews, 1, candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge in Salinas.

Salinas National Refuge, off Del Monte Blvd is a good birding, hunting and fishing location. Its unlike, other commercially popular locations. It is a coastal refuge very close to Monterey at the place where Salinas River empties into the bay.

It is approximately 65 miles south of San Jose.4/5(1). The Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) is preparing a Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document for Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge.

This notice advises the public that the Service intends to gather information necessary to prepare a CCP and environmental documents pursuant to the. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge is located in Monterey County, California, at the estuary of the Salinas River and Monterey Bay Media in category "Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total.

Salinas River NWR. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pacific Southwest Region is at is at. Parke ang Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge sa Tinipong Bansa. Ang Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge nahimutang sa kondado sa Monterey County ug estado sa California, sa habagatan-kasadpang bahin sa nasod, 3, km sa kasadpan sa ulohang dakbayan Washington, D.C.

3 metros ibabaw sa dagat kahaboga ang nahimutangan sa Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge Formed inwithin acres, this Refuge has six habitat types: Beach, dunes, salt marsh, saline ponds, Salinas River/lagoon, and grasslands.

Located south of Moss Landing, it protects several threatened and endangered species, including Western snowy plover, Smith’s blue butterfly, and Monterey.

Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. miles away, N. The Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge has a long remote sandy beach at the mouth of the Salinas River north of Monterey, CA.

The refuge is managed by the US [ ] See details. Indian Head Beach. miles away, SSWLocation: Dunes Rd Marina, CA jurisdiction over the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge. This request was authorized by Public Law"An act to reauthorize and amend certain wildlife laws, and for other purposes," Novem( Stat.

; 16 U.S.C. The Commission published on May 5,in the Salinas. Book now at 99 restaurants near Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge on OpenTable. Explore reviews, photos & menus and find the perfect spot for any occasion. The final stretch of the river forms a lagoon protected by acres ( ha) of the Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge.

The river outflow to Monterey Bay is usually blocked by sand dunes except during winter high river discharge. The area near the mouth of the Salinas River was originally part of Rancho Bolsa Nueva y Moro Cojo. Includes data for Zmudowski State Beach, Salinas River State Beach at Monterey Dunes Colony, and Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge.

SFMP Sandy Beach Survey Results (PDF) The results of the State Finfish Management Project sandy beach angler surveys in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties are summarized in this brochure.

The Farallon Islands National Wildlife Refuge is one of 63 national wildlife refuges that have congressionally designated wilderness status. Inthe Farallon Wilderness was established (Public Law ) and includes all islands except the Southeast Island for a total of acres (57 ha).Location: Pacific Ocean.SALINAS.

At first blush, agriculture and literature might seem to be an incongruous pair, but not in Salinas. In addition to being the county seat of Monterey and a vibrant agribusiness hub, Salinas, California is most famous for being the ancestral home of Nobel Prize laureate John Steinbeck and the nationally renowned National Steinbeck Center Museum.A REFUGE FOR PLOVERS AND PELICANS.

Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salinas River National Wildlife Refuge takes in acres of dunes, marshland, and brackish ponds. You park in a dirt lot, then walk 3/4 mile down a road to the refuge's South Marsh; from there you head to the beach and stroll north to the Salinas River's mouth.