Woodbridge Ecological Reserve – North

The Woodbridge Ecological Reserve is located on Woodbridge Road, two miles west of Interstate 5. It is sometimes referred to as the Phil Isenberg Sandhill Crane Reserve. The North Unit is made up of 207 acres of grassland and flooded marsh. It is not open to the public, except for guided tours that are arranged with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. The South Unit is made up of 147 acres of flooded marsh and is open to the public. Parking and a viewing area is available to anyone holding a Lands Pass or a current hunting or fishing license.

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Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
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Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
Upcoming
Visitors will be able to view the cranes (and other birds) from the comfort of the viewing shelter, which also contains maps, displays, and pictorials on the cranes and their habitats.
Upcoming
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