San Jacinto Wildlife Area Updated:06/2019

San Jacinto Wildlife Area is approximately 19,000 acres, with 900 acres of restored wetlands. It is the first state wildlife area to utilize reclaimed water to enhance its wetlands. Improvements are ongoing. Waterfowl, wading birds, and quail are a few of the many animals found here. Surrounding land users are primarily agricultural, principally dry land wheat farming and dairy operations. The 150-acre Double Bar "S" Horse Ranch represents the only substantial in-holding. Read more about San Jacinto Wildlife Area Habitats (PDF).

Contributors include:

Ducks Unlimited

San Bernadino Valley Audubon

Quail Unlimited

Friends of Northern San Jacinto Valley

Southern California Ducks

Sierra Club San Gorgonio Chapter

The Wildlands Conservacy

Pheasants Forever

For more information, call the area at (951) 928-0580 or the Inland Deserts Region Bermuda Dunes office at (760) 200-9158.

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Contact San Jacinto Wildlife Area

Kimberly Nicol
Regional Manager - Inland Deserts Region
3602 Inland Empire Boulevard
Suite C-220
Ontario, CA  91764
Phone: (909) 484-0167
Fax: (909) 481-2945

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