Eden Landing Ecological Reserve Updated:06/2022

The Eden Landing Ecological Reserve is approximately 6,400 acres of restored salt ponds, adjacent diked marshes, and transitional areas to uplands that are managed for resident and migratory waterbirds and tidal marsh habitats and species. The San Francisco Bay region provides varied habitat for many plant, invertebrate and fish species that support wintering and migrating waterfowl, as well as shorebirds and mammals. Waterfowl species commonly seen in the area include mallard, Northern shoveler and pintail, ruddy duck, canvasback, widgeon, gadwall, scaup and Canada goose, among many others. In marsh areas, egrets, herons, stilts, avocets and sandpipers rest and prey on invertebrates in the shallow water and exposed mud flats. Managed salt ponds and diked areas also support resident shorebirds such as stilts and avocets, as well as terns and willets. During the spring and fall migration periods, 1000's of shorebirds, such as sandpiper, dunlin, dowitcher, phalarope and various gull species. Tidal marsh habitat also acts as a significant nursery habitat for species of anadromous fish such as salmon and steelhead. For more information, call the Bay Delta Region Fairfield office at (707) 428-2002 or John Krause, CDFW Reserve Manager, at (415) 454-8050.

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Eden Landing Rd
Hayward, CA  94545
Phone: (707) 944-5500

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  • Alameda County, California