California Pheasant Hunting Seasons, Laws, and Locations on Public and Private Land

California pheasant hunting seasons

On this page, you’ll find information about California pheasant hunting seasons, laws, and hunting locations on public and private land.


Topics

  1. Seasons.
  2. Bag and possession limits.
  3. Hunting hours.
  4. Upland Game Bird Stamp.
  5. Hunting license.
  6. Hunting areas.
  7. Methods of Take.
  8. License game bird clubs.
  9. Possession and transport.
  10. Hunting forum and blog.
  11. Regulations & species.

Regulations for California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

During California pheasant hunting seasons, you can hunt all varieties of ring-necked pheasant. However, you must follow hunting rules for the following categories of birds.

    1. Birds.
    2. Game Birds.
    3. Resident Game Birds.
    4. Resident Small Game.
    5. Upland Game Birds.
    6. Domesticate Game Birds.

See FGC § 3500(a)(10) [resident game birds], FGC § 3683(a)(2)-(4) [upland game birds], and 14 CCR § 257 [resident small game].

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Hunting License

To hunt pheasant during the California pheasant hunting seasons, you must have a Hunting License from the California Department of Fish & Wildlife (“CDFW”). See FGC § 3031 and 14 CCR § 700(b). There are also licenses for disabled huntershunting with a falconguides and outfittershunting clubs, and junior hunters.

Disabled Hunters

If you’re a disabled hunter and want to hunt pheasant, you can apply for a Recovering Service Member Hunting LicenseDisabled Veteran Hunting License, or Mobility Impaired Disabled Persons Motor Vehicle License.

Falconry

If you’re going to use a falcon to hunt pheasant during the California pheasant hunting seasons, you must have a Falconry License.

Guides and Outfitters

If you’re a commercial guide or outfitter that offers pheasant hunting, you must get a Guide License.

Hunting Clubs

If you’re a commercial hunting club that offers pheasant hunting, you must get a Commercial Hunting Club License. Licensed pheasant clubs are exempt from the requirement to have a domesticated game breeder’s liens. See FGC § 3031, FGC § 3200, and 14 CCR § 600.

Non-Residents

Non-residents must have a hunting license to take pheasant on a licensed shooting areas. See FGC § 3031(5).

Juniors

If you’re a Junior and want to hunt pheasant, you must get a Junior Hunting License.

Warning shot!!! In addition to a hunting license, you may also need an Upland Game Bird Stamp to hunt pheasant.

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Upland Game Bird Stamp Validation

Upland Game Bird Stamp for California pheasant hunting seasons
Upland game bird stamp for California pheasant hunting seasons.

In general, you need an Upland Game Bird Hunting Validation to hunt upland game birds, including pheasant during the California pheasant hunting seasons. The only exception is for Juniors hunting with a valid Junior Hunting License.

Warning shot!!! You must carry your license and validation with you while hunting. See 14 CCR § 313.

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California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

There are several California pheasant hunting seasons, depending on how you’re hunting them. You can double-check these on the CDFW website.

General Season

The general California pheasant hunting season includes shotguns, muzzleloaders, air rifles, and crossbows. The season is the second Saturday in November, extending for 44 days (November 12 – December 25, 2016). See 14 CCR § 300(a)(1)(A).

Archery

Archery for California pheasant hunting seasons.
Archery for California pheasant hunting seasons.

The archery-only California pheasant hunting seasons is split. The early archery season is the second Saturday in October, extending for 23 days (October 8 – October 30, 2016). The general archery season is the second Saturday in November, extending for 72 days (December 26 – January 22, 2017). See 14 CCR § 300(a)(2)(A).

Falconry

In general, the falconry California pheasant hunting season is from the third Saturday in August, extending through the last day of February (August 20 – February 28, 2017). See 14 CCR § 300(a)(3)(A).

Ecological Reserves

Falconry is not allowed on ecological reserves. See 14 CCR § 550(dd)(1).

Wildlife Areas

On Type A and Type B Wildlife Areas, you can only use falcons from the first Saturday after the end of waterfowl season, and only on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays through the last day in February. On Type C Wildlife Area, falconry is allowed under general hunting and falconry regulations. See 14 CCR § 550(dd)(2) and (3).

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Shooting Hours for California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

Shooting Hours

In general, shooting hours for pheasant are from 8:00 a.m. to sunset. For all other upland game birds (except spring turkey), shoot time is from one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise until sunset. See 14 CCR § 310.5.

Warning shot!!! Shoot times may be further restricted on public land, e.g. Wildlife Areas and Ecological Reserves.

Hawking Hours

Hawking hours during the falconry season for pheasant are from sunrise to sunset. See 14 CCR § 300(a)(3)(A).

CDFW Timetables (2015-2016)

Timetables for Northern California pheasant hunting seasons
General shooting times for Northern California pheasant hunting seasons.
Southern California Shooting times for California pheasant hunting seasons
General shoot times for Southern California pheasant hunting seasons

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Bag & Possession Limits for California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

Bag Limits

General Season

The daily bag limit during the first two days of the general California pheasant hunting season is two (2) male ringed-necks per day.

For the remainder of the season, the daily bag limit is three (3) males ringed-necks per day.

See 14 CCR § 300(a)(1)(A).

Archery-ONLY Season

The daily bag limit during the California pheasant archery-only season is the same as the general pheasant season except the daily bag limit can include one female. See 14 CCR § 300(a)(2)(A).

Falconry Season

The daily bag limit for the California pheasant falconry season is the same as the general pheasant season except the bag can include pheasant of either sex. See 14 CCR § 300(a)(3)(A).

Possession Limit

The possession limit for the general, archery-only, and falconry seasons is three times the daily bag limit. See 14 CCR § 300(a)(1)(C), (2)(C), and(3)(C).

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Methods of Take for California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

Firearms for the California pheasant hunting seasons
Methods of take for California pheasant hunting seasons.

Pheasant hunting during the California pheasant hunting seasons is allowed, but only with the following hunting methods and restrictions: air rifles, archerybaited areasboatsbow and arrow, callscrossbows, computers, crossbowsdecoysdogs, falconry, harassment, lights, motor vehiclesmuzzleloaders, pistols, rifles, and shotguns.

Air Rifles

In general, you can use an air rifle to hunt resident small game, including pheasant during the California pheasant hunting seasons. While you can use any caliber of pellet (except for turkey), the air rifle can only be powered by air or gas. See 14 CCR § 311(f).

Archery

See “Bow and Arrows” and “Crossbows” below.

Bait & Baited Areas

In general, it’s illegal to take any resident game bird, including pheasant, or any resident game mammal, within 400 yards of a Baited Area. See 14 CCR § 257.5 for any applicable exceptions.

Boats, Kayaks, and Canoes

There used to be a prohibition against shooting resident small game from boats, but the regulation was repealed.  While you can shoot pheasant from a boat,  it’s illegal to use a motorboat, powerboat, airboat or sailboat to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal in California. When hunting, the the motor has been shut off, all momentum has ended, and the boat is either drifting, beached, moored, resting at anchor, or is being propelled by a paddle, or or pole.

Warning shots!!! There may be area-specific restrictions when hunting on public land, like Wildlife Areas. There are exceptions related to agriculture, landowners, tenants, and depredating animals. See our summary of rules for hunting on navigable watersFGC § 300214 CCR § 251, and 14 CCR § 311.8 [repealed].

Bow and Arrows

Archery for California pheasant hunting seasons.
Archery for California pheasant hunting seasons.

In general, Bow and Arrows are allowed for hunting pheasant in California. Any type of arrow can be used except arrows with (1) lighted nocks with a beam of light, (2) an explosive head, (3) tranquilizers, or (4) poison. See 14 CCR § 311(e) and (k) and 14 CCR § 354(c)-(i) and “Crossbows” below.

Warning shots!!!

    1. You must use flu-flu fletching arrows for pheasant and migratory game birds. See 14 CCR § 354(d).
    2. Don’t shoot arrows from or across any highway, road, or place open to the pubic for vehicles.
    3. Your bow has to be capable of killing the bird from at least 130 yards.
    4. In general, you’re not allowed to have a firearm while hunting pheasant during any archery season.
    5. Don’t put a bow in your vehicle if it’s nocked or the end of an arrow is fit to the notch.

NOTES: You only must use flu-flu fletching for migratory game birds and pheasant. In general, archery isn’t allowed on Type A or Type B Wildlife Areas during pheasant (or waterfowl) seasons. The only exception is at the Los Banos Wildlife Area and only as authorized in Section 551(u). See 14 CCR § 550(cc)(4)(F)].

Calls

Calling “devices” are NOT allowed for hunting pheasant (or any other resident small game). This includes: “Electronic or mechanically-operated calling or sound-reproducing devices.” See 14 CCR § 311(i).

Computer-Assisted Remote Hunting

It’s illegal to hunt pheasant with a Computer-Assisted Remote or to operate a Computer-Assisted Remote Hunting Site. See 14 CCR § 251.9.

Crossbows

Crossbows for California pheasant hunting seasons.
Crossbows for California pheasant hunting seasons.

In general, you can hunt resident small game, including pheasant, with a Crossbow (which is a type of “firearm”). Any type of crossbow bolt can be used except crossbow bolts with (1) lighted nocks with a beam of light, (2) an explosive head, (3) tranquilizers, or (4) poison.

Warning shots!!!

    1. You must use flu-flu fletching bolts for pheasant and migratory game birds. See 14 CCR § 354(d).
    2. Don’t shoot from or across any highway, road, or place open to the pubic for vehicles.
    3. Your crossbow has to be capable of casting a legal arrow at least 130 yards.
    4. In general, you’re not allowed to have a firearm during archery season or with an archery-only tag (the only exception is with a Disabled Archer’s Permit).
    5. Don’t put a crossbow in your vehicle if it’s nocked or the end of an arrow is fit to the notch.

See 14 CCR § 311(n)14 CCR § 354(d), (g) and (j), and our summary of archery-specific regulations. NOTE: you only must use flu-flu fletching for migratory game birds and pheasant.

Decoys

Live decoys are NOT allowed for hunting pheasant or any other resident game bird. See 14 CCR § 311(l).

Dogs for Hunting

In general, you can use dogs to Take and retrieve pheasant during the California pheasant hunting seasons. See 14 CCR § 311(o) and here for California dog hunting laws, including place to hunt.

Dog Training

Dog training is authorized at many public hunting locations. Click here for California dog hunting laws, including place to train.

Falconry

In general, you can use a falcon to hunt pheasant. The same is true for all other resident small game. See 14 CCR § 311(d).

Harassment

In general, Animal Harassment is illegal and includes any disruption of the animal’s normal behavior patterns (e.g. breeding, feeding, sheltering). There is an exception for landowners and tenants trying to prevent property damage. See 14 CCR § 251.1.

Lights

In general, it’s illegal to use artificial lights to hunt game birds, mammals, and fish.

While in possession of a firearm or weapon, it’s also illegal to use spotlights, headlights, or other lights (1) on a highway, (2) in a field, woodland, or forest where they are commonly found, or (3) on the animal or fish itself–even if you don’t shoot at it.

It’s also illegal to use or possess night vision equipment to help you take any mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, or fish (e.g. infrared and binoculars).

There are exceptions for sport fishing, commercial fishing, animals causing property damage, three-volt flashlights, lamps, lanterns, and farmers).

See 14 CCR § 2005.

Motor Vehicles

California Pheasant Hunting Seasons for vehicles and ATV / OHV
Motor vehicles for California pheasant hunting seasons.

In general, it’s illegal to pursue, drive, or herd any bird or mammal with a motorized vehicle (e.g. airplane, motor vehicle, powerboat, sailboat, snowmobile).   This includes driving them toward another person for taking them. Likewise, it’s illegal to shoot any game bird or mammals from  a powerboat, sailboat, motor vehicle, or airplane. The only possible exceptions are with a from the CDFW and landowners / tenants to prevent private property damages. See FGC § 3002FGC § 3003.5, and FGC § 3501; and 14 CCR § 251. Also see “Boats, Kayaks & Canoes” above.

Muzzleloaders

In general, you can use to muzzle-loading shotguns to hunt pheasant during the general California pheasant hunting season. The same is true for all resident small game. See 14 CCR § 311(c).

Rifles and Pistols

Rifles and pistols are NOT allowed for hunting pheasant. (For resident small game, they’re only allowed for hunting squirrels and rabbits everywhere except in Los Angeles County.) See 14 CCR § 311(g).

Shotguns

In general, you can use a shotgun to hunt pheasant, during the California pheasant hunting season. However, there are restrictions for the shell capacity and type of gauge, plug, and shells. The same is true for all other resident small game. See 14 CCR § 311(a) and (b).

Gauge

In general, no shotgun larger than a 10-gauge may be used to hunt pheasant in California. However, no shotgun larger than a 12-guage may be used on, over, or adjacent to the waters of Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County.  Warning shot!!! There are similar restrictions at California Wildlife Areas. See 14 CCR § 311(a).

Plugs

If a plug is used to reduce the shell capacity, the plug has to one piece that can’t be removed without taking the gun apart.

Shell Capacity

Shotguns must be incapable of holding more than three (3) shells in the magazine and chamber combined.

Shell Shot

Shell shot requirements for California pheasant hunting seasons
Shotgun shell shot for California pheasant hunting seasons.

Whether you can use lead shot depends on your location, what you’re hunting for, and the date.  As of July 1, 2015, it has been illegal to use or possess anything other than non-toxic shot at any California Wildlife AreaEcological Reserve, and the Condor Range.

Beginning July 1, 2016, you’ll only be able to use  non-toxic shot for hunting any upland game bird (except for dove, quail, snipe, and any game bird taken at a licensed game bird club), resident small game mammal, furbearing mammal, nongame bird or mammals, or any wildlife with a depredation permit).

As of July 1, 2019, it will be illegal to use lead for taking all wildlife in California. See 14 CCR § 250.1.

Shell Size

You can only use shell shot that is “No. BB” or smaller.  Warning shot!!! Don’t even take larger shells with you.

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License Game Bird Clubs

Domestically Reared Pheasant

Domestically-reared for California pheasant hunting seasons
Domesticated California pheasant hunting seasons.

To release domestically reared pheasant at a licensed pheasant clubs or other licensed game bird club, a special license from the CDFW is required. See 14 CCR § 600 for the rules.

Release

In general, it’s illegal to kill any resident game bird or mammal within 400 yards of a Baited Area. However, licensed pheasant clubs and other licensed game bird clubs are exempt from the general rule. See 14 CCR § 257.5 [bait areas].

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Possession & Transport

After you kill any bird in California, including pheasant, it has to be identifiable by the CDFW until it reaches your Personal Abode or Commercial Preservation Facility, or is being prepared to eat it right away.  For pheasant, the CDFW must be able to easily determine the species and sex while in the field, the forest, on a highway, or in a vehicle (e.g. train, car, boat) while returning from the hunting trip with a gun or other hunting equipment.  At minimum, keep a fully feathered wing or head attached. See FGC § 3660 and 14 CCR § 251.7(b).

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Public Land for California Pheasant Hunting Seasons

In this section, you find a list areas to hunt pheasant on public and private land, including: BLM property, disabled huntershunting clubswilderness areas, and wildlife areas. In addition, here are links to special hunting opportunities through the CDFW SHARE Program and licensed hunting guides.

Fair Chase

Warning shot!!! It’s illegal to take a pheasant within 300 yards of any vehicle from which pheasants were released into a hunting area while they are being released. See FGC § 3010.

Area Restrictions

Warning shot!!! Follow the links below for any restrictions on hunting days, shoot times, hunting areas, etc.

Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Property

Pheasant hunting is authorized at the following BLM properties during the California pheasant hunting seasons (also see “Wilderness Areas” below).

    1. Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Nature Area
    2. Sacramento River Management Area
    3. Shasta Management Area
    4. Trinity Management Area
    5. South Fork American River

Disabled Hunters

The CDFW offers special hunting opportunities for disabled hunters.

Private Land (SHARE Program)

There are special hunting opportunities on private land through the CDFW SHARE program.

Hunting Clubs

Pheasant hunting is offered at the following hunting clubs during the California pheasant hunting seasons:

    1. Antelope Valley Hunting Club
    2. Big Valley Pheasant Club
    3. Broken Wing Duck Club
    4. Butte City Hunting Club
    5. Central Coast Outfitters
    6. Colusa Indian Community Outdoor Adventures #1
    7. Featherstone Duck Club
    8. Featherstone Duck Club
    9. Five Dot Pheasant Club
    10. Four Winds Pheasant Club
    11. Giant Sequoia Hunt Club
    12. Golden Ram Sportsman Club
    13. Kern River Hunt Club
    14. Mike Raahauge’s Shooting Enterprises
    15. Misfits Duck Club
    16. Northcoast Outfitters Pheasant Club A
    17. Opa’s Dead End Duck Club
    18. Richmond Hunting Club
    19. RSCT Duck Club
    20. Stag Peak Hunts
    21. Steven Lee Hunting Experience
    22. Stockton Sportsmen’s Club
    23. The Old Pheasant Club
    24. Thunder Hill Pheasant Club
    25. West Valley Flyway Hunting Club
    26. Wilderness Unlimited
    27. Wing Shooters Sportsmen’s Club

Wilderness Areas

Pheasant hunting is authorized at the following Wilderness Areas during the California pheasant hunting seasons:

Wildlife Areas

Pheasant hunting is allowed on all Type C Wildlife Areas, and on Type A and Type B Wildlife Areas unless prohibited in Section 551(q), 551(s), and 55(t).  See 14 CCR § 551(e).

Juniors

Juniors-keep you eyes open for special hunts. The CDFW Regional Manager can authorize junior pheasant hunts during or outside of the general pheasant season. See 14 CCR § 550(i)(2) and our summary of special hunting rules for Juniors.

Reservations

Reservations are available for Type A Wildlife Areas and may be required for the opening weekend. See 550.5(a)(1).

Hunting Locations

There are pheasant hunting opportunities on the Wildlife Areas listed below.  Warning shot!!! Follow the links for updates, local rules, and any restrictions on shoot days, times, etc.

    1. Ash Creek Wildlife Area
    2. Butte Valley Wildlife Area: only on Sundays [14 CCR § 551(p)(1)]
    3. Collins Eddy Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(3)]
    4. Colusa Bypass Wildlife Area
    5. Colusa National Wildlife Refuge: open on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays during waterfowl season [14 CCR § 552(a)(1)]
    6. Delevan National Wildlife Refuge: open on the first Monday of pheasant season and then on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays during waterfowl season.  Warning shot!!!  Pheasant hunting is not allowed in assigned hunting sites except on the first Monday of the pheasant season [14 CCR § 552(a)(2)]
    7. Eel River Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(4)]
    8. Feather River Wildlife Area
    9. Fremont Weir Wildlife Area
    10. Gray Lodge Wildlife Area: open daily for the first nine days of the pheasant seasons and then on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of the pheasant season; quail and rabbit may also be taken on pheasant hunt days.  [14 CCR §§ 551(s)(4) and (5)]
    11. Grizzly Island Wildlife Area: open daily for the first twelve (12) days of the pheasant seasons and then on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of the pheasant season, Warning shot!!! In the Grey Goose Unit, pheasant, waterfowl, snipe, coots and moorhens may only be taken on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesday [14 CCR § 551(s)(7) and (9) and 551(t)(7)]
    12. Hollenbeck Canyon Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(8)]
    13. Honey Lake Wildlife Area: allowed only on waterfowl shoot days that occur during the pheasant season [14 CCR § 551(s)(11)]
    14. Imperial Wildlife Area (Wister Unit): allowed only on Mondays and Thursday; dove,  snipe, quail and rabbit may also be taken on pheasant hunt days  [14 CCR §§ 551(p)(3)and 551(s)(12) and (13)]
    15. Kern National Wildlife Refuge: allowed only on Saturdays and Wednesdays during waterfowl season [14 CCR §§ 551(p)(4) and  552(a)(3)]
    16. Little Panoche Reservoir Wildlife Area
    17. Los Banos Wildlife Area: open (a) daily for the first nine days of the pheasant season, (b) on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of pheasant season, and (c) on the day after Thanksgiving.  On days when only upland game may be taken and on special “youth only” waterfowl hunt days, there is no limit on the number of shells that may be taken into the field.  Pheasant may be taken with archery equipment [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(34)551(s)(15) and 551(u)]
    18. Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
    19. Lower Sherman Island Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(12)]
    20. Mendota Wildlife Area: open (a) daily for the first nine days of the pheasant season, (b) on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of pheasant season, and (c) on the day afterThanksgiving [14 CCR § 551(s)(17)]
    21. Merced National Wildlife Refuge
    22. Modoc National Wildlife Refuge (Juniors only)
    23. Mouth of Cottonwood Wildlife Area
    24. Napa-Sonoma Marshes Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(16)]
    25. North Grasslands Wildlife Area: open (a) daily for the first nine days of the pheasant season, (b) on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of pheasant season, and (c) on the day after Thanksgiving; rabbit hunting is also allowed on waterfowl and pheasant hunt days. On days when only upland game may be taken and on special “youth only” waterfowl hunt days, there is no limit on the number of shells that may be taken into the field. [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(40) and 551(s)(19) and (20)]
    26. O’Neil Forebay Wildlife Area: permit required for special apprentice hunt, when self-registration at the parking lot is NOT required on the day of and after the special hunt [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(51)551(q)(15), and 551(t)(17)]
    27. Perris Reservoir Wildlife Area: allowed daily in designated areas [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(43)551(q)(17), and 551(t)(18)]
    28. Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area
    29. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge: open on the first Monday of pheasant season and then on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays during waterfowl season.  Warning shot!!!  Pheasant hunting is not allowed in assigned hunting sites except on the first Monday of the pheasant season [14 CCR § 552(a)(5)]
    30. Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge: allowed only with a shotgun or archery equipment on designated areas of the refuge; see 14 CCR § 552(a)(6)(F) for additional restrictions.
    31. San Jacinto Wildlife Area:
    32. Davis Road Unit: allowed only in designated areas on Mondays during pheasant season; self-issued permit is required to enter (acquired at the site)  [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(51) and 551(p)(7)]
    33. Potrero Unit:  only upland game and resident small game by be taken in designated areas unless otherwise restricted or limited withing the unit; self-issued permit is required to enter (acquired at the site) [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(52) and 551(p)(8)]
    34. San Luis National Wildlife Refuge: requires an entry permit [14 CCR § 552(a)(7)]
    35. Kesterson Unit: only in the special zone on the first Saturday and Sunday of the pheasant season
    36. San Luis Unit: only in the free roam area on waterfowl shoot days
    37. San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
    38. Shasta Valley Wildlife Area: only on Sundays [14 CCR § 551(p)(9)]
    39. Sutter Bypass Wildlife Area
    40. Sutter National Wildlife Refuge: only on Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays during waterfowl season [14 CCR § 552(a)(9)]
    41. Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge
    42. Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area (Little Dry Creek): open the first five days of the pheasant seasons and then on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of the pheasant season; rabbit hunting is also allowed on waterfowl and pheasant hunt days during the late dove season [14 CCR § 551(s)(25) and (27)]
    43. Volta Wildlife Area
    44. West Hilmar Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(26)]
    45. White Slough Wildlife Area: [14 CCR § 551(t)(27)]
    46. Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area: open daily for the first nine days of the pheasant seasons and then on waterfowl hunt days for the remainder of the pheasant season.  Warning shot!!! Pheasant hunting is not allowed in assigned blind areas [14 CCR §§ 551(o)(62)and 551(s)(29)]

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