Rhode Island Wildlife Area Updated:06/2019

Rhode Island Wildlife Area is a 67-acre island, the perimeter of which contains alder, willow, blackberry and tules. The marsh vegetation of tules and cattails exists in water up to several feet deep. Island habitat provides for river otters, beavers, muskrat and many species of birds, including: nesting wood duck, cinnamon teal, mallards, great blue heron, black crowned night heron, common and snowy egrets, and other riparian-associated passerines.


For more information, call the Bay Delta Region Fairfield office at (707) 428-2002.

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Contact Rhode Island Wildlife Area

Scott Wilson
Acting Regional Manager - Bay Delta Region
7329 Silverado Trail
Napa, CA  94558
Phone: (707) 944-5500

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