On the ground, we can provide project design, engineering and construction management capabilities required to undertake most habitat restoration projects in the Sacramento Valley.
Technical and financial assistance is also available to landowners through various programs provided by the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, California Department of Fish and Game and other conservation organizations. The private lands staff at the Sacramento NWR Complex can assist you in recognizing opportunities within these programs.
For assistance, contact Matt Hamman or Craig Isola at (530) 934-2801.
For information on Waterfowl Depredation issues, click here.
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This threatened species is native to the riparian forests of the Central Valley. The Sac River NWR is a very important home for it due to the large number of elderberry bushes which they feed on, lay eggs in, and the larvae mature inside of. The adults live for only a few weeks and can emerge between March - June.