Water Restored to Cullinan Ranch
After 100 years of being cut off from bay waters, Cullinan Ranch returns to tidal flow for wetland restoration and wildlife habitat.
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Levees at Tubbs Islands have been breached to create wildlife habitat. Five years of monitoring begins!Learn More
About the Complex
From sand dunes to salt marsh, from rocky, offshore islands to golden beaches, the San Francisco Bay Refuge Complex offers a glimpse into the biological treasures of the SF Bay & Monterey Bay areas.
San Pablo Bay is managed as part of the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex.
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About the NWRS
The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America’s fish, wildlife, and plants.
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News & Information
- September 01, 2016
Take a walk on the Cullinan Trail to look for birds and hear about the new wetland. Date: November 12More details
There are many recreation opportunities at San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge from wildlife watching to fishing to paddling a canoe.Visitor Activities
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The Ruddy Duck
These ducks are abundant in the north and south bay during the winter. The few males that breed here are instantly recognized by their brilliant blue bill, black "cap" and rusty body.
Page Photo Credits All photos courtesy of USFWS unless otherwise noted., Sunrise/Julie Kahrnoff, Egret/Aric Crabb, Cullinan Ranch Unit/Aric Crabb, Pickleweed/Angela Sanan, American Kestrel/Chris Cochems, Ruddy Duck/Michael Lufting
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2016