California Furbearing and Nongame Mammals

On this menu, you’ll find links to our summaries of hunting rules for California furbearing and nongame mammals. For each species, you’ll find seasons, shooting hours, methods of hunting, bag limits, possession limits, and hunting zones, as well as hunting license, permits, validations, stamps, and tag requirements. You’ll also find places to hunt, local rules, custom maps, forums, hunting tips, photos, and practically everything else you need to hunt them on public and private land.


Furbearing Mammals

California Furbearing and Nongame MammalsThere are six mammals classified under California hunting laws as “Furbearing Mammals.” Follow the links to definitions, seasons, bag limits, and shooting hours, plus hunting methods, public, trapping, and much more.

  1. Badger.
  2. Beaver.
  3. Gray Fox.
  4. Mink.
  5. Muskrat.
  6. Raccoon.

Nongame Birds

California Furbearing and Nongame Mammals.There are at least three birds classified under California hunting laws as “Nongame Birds.” Follow the links below to seasons, bag limits, and shooting hours, plus hunting methods, maps, public land, and much more.

  1. Crow.
  2. Sparrows.
  3. Starlings.

Nongame Mammals

California Furbearing and Nongame MammalsThere are at least nine mammals classified under California hunting laws as “Nongame Mammals.” Follow the links below to seasons, bag limits, and shooting hours, plus hunting methods, license, tags, public land, and much more.

  1. Bobcat.
  2. Coyote.
  3. Deer (e.g. Sika).
  4. Goats.
  5. Opossum.
  6. Moles.
  7. Rodents.
  8. Skunks.
  9. Weasels.

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