Oak woodlands, coastal grasslands, and freshwater wetlands are just some of the habitat types found on the different units of Ellicott Slough National Wildlife Refuge. The wide range of habitats leads to a diverse wildlife community.
Ellicott Unit contains Ellicott Pond which is used by salamanders and California red-legged frogs. Learn More
This unit has become a secure breeding site for Santa Cruz long-toed salamanders and frogs.Learn More
Harkins Slough Unit
Large number of gulls, waterfowl,and white pelicans use this unit for feeding and roosting.Learn More