San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Pacific Southwest Region

Comprehensive Conservation Planning Updates

What is a CCP?
A comprehensive conservation plan (CCP) is like a recipe for managing a wildlife refuge. These plans provide a 15-year guide, using the best available scientific knowledge, to help managers achieve the purposes for which each refuge was established, and to contribute to the mission of the National Wildlife Refuge System. The National Wildlife Refuge System mprovement Act of 1997 defined the mission for the Refuge System and requires refuges to have a CCP in place by 2012. The Act provides the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) with guidance for managing refuges in a way that ensures the long-term conservation of fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats. CCP outline goals, objectives and management strategies for a refuge to achieve during the 15-year life of a CCP.

Planning Updates
The second planning updates are now available for the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Click here for information.

A Mosquito Management Plan and Environmental Assessment for the San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge is now available for public comment until October 18, 2010. The draft plan proposes several alternatives for managing mosquitoes on the Refuge. For more information and to download the document go to: http://www.fws.gov/cno/refuges/SanPablo/SanPablo.cfm

For more information on CCPs and to see examples from other National Wildlife Refuges, log on to the Pacific Southwest Region's website.


San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
7715 Lakeville hwy
Petaluma, CA   94954
E-mail: don_brubaker@fws.gov
Phone Number: 707-769-4200

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Last updated: January 29, 2012