California Waterfowl delivered an urgent request, co-signed by 13 other conservation organizations, to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation on Monday asking it to release water from Upper Klamath Lake to flood dry wetlands in the Klamath Basin.
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Pre-season banding wraps up this week, and our team of biologists has exceeded their pre-season banding quota!
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Drought in California is severely restricting water available to the state's wildlife areas and national wildlife refuges for waterfowl an estimate provided by property managers of the percentage of wetlands expected to be flooded in October.
Learn some tips for introducing your dog to the water for the first time (from Fall 2021 issue of California Waterfowl Magazine).
The move would allow wetland managers to invest more in their wetlands.
News Press release Klamath Mallards
The Oregon Water Resources Department approved a request to transfer a water right from a willing seller in Oregon's Wood River Valley to California Waterfowl to benefit the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.
PHOTO AND VIDEO: Satellite imagery and photography from the past week paint a grim picture of conditions in the parched Klamath Basin.
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SportDOG® Brand recently renewed its support of California Waterfowl’s mission to grow the state’s waterfowl populations, wetlands and hunter-conservationist communities.
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CWA biologists located 20 nests in 127 acres of cover crop fields today - part of ongoing research about how wild ducks use agricultural fields.
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Ducklings? Kids? What's not to love? Brace yourself for a whole lot of adorableness from today's tour of the Egg Salvage Hatchery at Rancho Esquon.
Two state bills sponsored by California Waterfowl were approved in their houses of origin this week: AB 614 (funds Nesting Bird Habitat Incentive Program) and SB 470 (creates a combination hunting and fishing license).