Purpose of Study: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service developed a Comprehensive Conservation Plan for the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge that will guide management of the refuge for 15 years. Current Status: The CCP was completed in October 2012.Limited paper or CD-ROM copies of the Draft CCP/EA may also be requested through the Project Contacts (see below). See below to download or to request a copy. Please send comments to the project contacts below.
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Final and Draft CCPs, and Planning Updates
Mark Pelz, Refuge Planner U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service CA/NV Refuge Planning Office 2800 Cottage Way, W-1832 Sacramento, CA 95825 Phone: 916/414-6504 Fax: 916/414-6497 fax Mark_Pelz@fws.gov
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Winter is a great time to see raptors in the San Francisco Bay Area. This American kestrel is about the size of a jay and can often be found sitting on power lines. They sometimes hover in the air hunting for food. Its primary food is insects.