Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area Updated:06/2019

The 360-acre Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area is an important cover and feeding area for wildlife during late fall, winter, and early spring. Vegetation varies throughout the area from mature cottonwood trees, willows and valley oaks in some locations to a sparsely-covered sandy soil area on the eastern end. Game birds, raptors, songbirds and native mammals are all present. The Tule Canal has white catfish and black crappie while the nearby borrow pits have largemouth bass, bluegill and white catfish.

For more information, call the North Central Region's Rancho Cordova office at (916) 358-2900.

Contact Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area

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Contact Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area

Tina Bartlett
Regional Manager - North Central Region
1701 Nimbus Road
Rancho Cordova, CA  95670
Phone: (916) 358-2900
Fax: (916) 358-2912

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