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2008
840 Sundial Bridge Dr
Redding, AL 96001
530-243-8850
Spanning the Sacramento River in Redding, California and connected by the Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay designed by Santiago Calatrava, Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre campus containing educational and entertaining activities that interpret the relationship between humans and nature. The Park tells the stories of the region and its people through a museum and art gallery, wildlife exhibits, forest camp, a year-round aviary, amphitheater, and an arboretum & gardens. For seasonal programs, hours, and admission prices, call or…
Shasta County
5339
550 Crescent St.
Quincy, CA 95971
5303651180
Plumas County foliage explodes with color in the autumn season.There are two approaches for the best viewing: 1) drive to Truckee on I-80, then north on CA-89/CA-70 to Quincy. There will be spots of color along the road. Greenhorn Creek parallels the road. As you approach East Quincy, the La Porte Road is often cited as a location where good color is found. Follow the La Porte Road south to Nelson Creek where good color…
Plumas County
5397
Shasta View Drive
Redding, CA 96002
Clover Creek Preserve is tucked in behind a neighborhood in east Redding, and offers paved, flat trails great for walking or cycling. Enjoy the 2 mile loop with your dog, your favorite people, or just the beautiful view of Redding's rolling hills, oaks, and expansive sky. Distance: 2.0 milesDifficulty: Easy
Shasta County
587
24411 Coleman Fish Hatchery Rd.
Anderson, CA 96007
530-365-8622
• Located on Battle Creek, historically salmon and steelhead have migrated in from the Sacramento River to spawn • Spawning operations allow you to view large numbers of fall Chinook salmon during spawning season • Return of the Salmon Festival Celebration is the third Saturday in October
Shasta County
5406
CA 0
Dutch Flat Wildlife Area was designated as a wildlife area by the Fish and Game Commission in 1994. It is 160 acres of riparian and stream habitat. Other vegetation types include grasslands and plant communities dominated by Jeffrey and ponderosa pines, juniper, and sagebrush.For more information, call the Northern Region Redding office at (530) 225-2300.
Modoc County
623
3207 Rutherford Rd.
Gridley, CA 95948
530-846-7505
• 9,100-acre wildlife refuge, one of the most intensively managed waterfowl marshlands in the United States • Excellent opportunities for hunting, fishing, photographing, and nature viewing • Educational programs, exhibits, self-guided nature trail and seasonal guided tours
Butte County
465
4009 Hill Road
Tulelake, CA 96134
530-667-2231
• Internationally known for their abundance and diversity of wildlife• Hosts the largest winter population of bald eagles in the continental U.S.• Their varied wildlife and habitats are a photographer’s delight 
Siskiyou County
5386
1696 Lakeside Drive
Redding, CA 96001
Mary Lake Park, on the west side of Redding, is 29 developed acres with tree-lined walking trails winding their way around a man-made lake. Enjoy this walk with your dog and bring your binoculars for wildlife viewing. Distance: 0.7 mile loopDifficulty: Easy
Shasta County
5404
844 Sundial Bridge Drive
Redding, CA 96001
The Botanical Gardens portion of the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens is the newest addition to Turtle Bay Exploration Park. The Redding Arboretum, one of four organizations that merged to create Turtle Bay Exploration Park, along with its supporters, initially drove the development of a series of gardens. Turtle Bay inherited and embraced the plan to develop the site as seen today. Today the Gardens comprise 20 acres of mediterranean-climate display gardens, a children’s garden,…
Shasta County
457
PO Box 1610
Alturas, CA 96101
530-233-3572
The 6,280 acre Modoc Wildlife Refuge was established in 1960 to manage and protect migratory waterfowl. Funds available under the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act helped purchase this refuge which lies at 4,300 feet elevation at the base of the Warner Mountains. Water is the key to attracting waterfowl in this high desert area. An extensive system of ponds, dikes and control structures allows for flooding and draining of meadow and marsh. Carefully controlled water…
Modoc County
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Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association
1699 HWY 273, Anderson, CA 96007 | (P) 530-365-7500 | (F) 530-365-1258
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