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The wildlife refuge is located in Northern California, specifically in the city called Tulelake. The preserve spans about 39,000 acres of water, land for wildlife habitat, and some farming areas.
We currently do not have any record of trailheads in this park.
Routes and Trails You Can Travel
We currently do not have any record of good routes in this park.
Much of the area can not be hiked since it is either water or cropland. While the overall size of the refuge is quite large and it might seem like a great place to go for a hike or camp, in reality, the open space for walking on is much smaller.
Of definite interest is the wetland habitat research that is currently ongoing at Tule Lake. There is approximately one thousand acres with planted marsh plants that are under research and observation.
On the bright side, this is an amazing place to visit if you want to learn about habitat restoration, see wildlife, or spot birds. There are a number of walking and driving routes for viewing wildlife in a safe and educational environment. Additionally, there are many guided walks and tours provided by the park.
Some of the popular trails are:
1) Captain Jack's Trail - a pretty easy, 2 mile hiking trail.
2) Thomas-Wright Battlefield Trail - a 2.4 mile trail.
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The refuge was established in 1928 as a wildlife preserve for birds and various species of wildlife that naturally inhabit the area or migrate through it as many birds do.
There are many birds that either migrate through Tule Lake or make their home there all year. Some of the birds that can be spotted are Waterfowl and the Bald Eagle.
There are about 15,000 acres of farm land in the area. Some of the crops are grains, potatoes, onions, sugar beets, and alfalfa.
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