Gray Lodge Wildlife Area

Sacramento, California

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Thousands of migrating and resident waterfowl forage, rest, and nest in the restored wetlands of Gray Lodge Wildlife Area, on the north side of the Sutter Buttes. Two trails, both featuring observation blinds (and one being interpretive), wind through the complex of ponds and marshes that offer the birds shelter and sustenance throughout the year.
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by Tracy Salcedo- Chourre (Falcon Guides)

Thousands of migrating and resident waterfowl forage, rest, and nest in the restored wetlands of Gray Lodge Wildlife Area, on the north side of the Sutter Buttes. Two trails, both featuring observation blinds (and one being interpretive), wind through the complex of ponds and marshes that offer the birds shelter and sustenance throughout the year.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Sacramento
Distance: 2.25
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1- 2 hours
Season: Year-round.
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: California Department of Fish and Game, Gray Lodge Wildlife Area, 3201 Rutherford Rd., Gridley 95948; (530) 846-7505 (naturalist office), (530) 846-7500 (general information); www .dfg .ca .gov/lands/wa/ region2/graylodge
Local Maps: USGS Pennington CA; maps and nature trail guides available at information kiosk at trailhead
Driving Directions: Directions to Gray Lodge Wildlife Area

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