The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will hold its annual public outreach meeting on Bay Delta Region Type A wildlife areas on Wednesday, May 22 in Davis. CDFW will take comments and recommendations and provide updates on habitat conditions, availability of water for wetlands and possible impacts to hunter access on public lands.
State wildlife areas to be discussed are the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area and the Grizzly Island Wildlife Area complex. The meeting will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area’s conference room. The address is 45211 County Road 32B in Davis.
CDFW annually provides an opportunity for licensed hunters to comment and make recommendations on public hunting programs, including anticipated habitat conditions in the hunting areas on wildlife areas, through public meetings and other outreach.
CDFW’s Bay Delta Region covers all or parts of 13 counties in northern California and is one of seven CDFW regions in the state.