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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The migration is in full swing. This little brown job can be distinguished from other sparrows in the Bay Area by its dark back, spotted breast and one conspicuous spot on its breast. Look for them on the ground scratching for seeds.