Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area Seeks Volunteers for Cleanup and Maintenance Day

upper-butte-basinThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area (UBBWA) is seeking volunteers to assist with a cleanup and hunting blind maintenance day on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 7 a.m. to noon. UBBWA consists of Little Dry Creek and Llano Seco in Butte County and Howard Slough in Glenn County.

UBBWA staff and volunteers will clean and brush up hunting blinds, post signs and paint in preparation of the upcoming hunting seasons. The California Waterfowl Association will provide lunch. Volunteers should bring gloves, work boots and sunscreen. Water and insect repellent will be provided.

Volunteers will meet at 7 a.m. at UBBWA headquarters located at Howard Slough Wildlife Area, 9256 Highway 162, Butte City (95920). Advance registration is appreciated but not necessary.

For more information or to register prior to the cleanup day, please call UBBWA at (530) 982-2169.

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