California Hunting National Parks for Birds and Mammals

California Hunting National Parks for Birds and Mammals, including quail.

On this page, you’ll find hunting info for California hunting national parks. We including local rules and procedures for parks and reservoirs, including authorized species, activities, and hunting areas. In addition, there are restrictions related to bikes, boats, camping, fees, dogs, firearms, horses, hunting areas, passes, permits, target shooting, motor vehicles, and more.

For now, we have two locations. Follow the links for park contact info, driving directions, maps, authorized species, and hunting restrictions.


National Parks and Preserves

There are six parks and reservoirs in California managed by the National Park Service. Only two of them allow hunting.

  1. Whiskeytown National Park allows hunting for all legal birds and mammals.
  2. Mojave National Preserve allows hunting for all legal birds and mammals, but emphasizes deer, sheep, bobcat, coyote, jackrabbit, chukar, quail, and doves.

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