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Doyle Wildlife Area - Lassen County
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Location: Lassen County - just southeast of Honey Lake off Highway 395.
Phone Number: (530) 254-6808
Map: Directional Map (PDF)
Special Restrictions: Camping is not allowed
Access: 2 miles north of Doyle at Laver Crossing, County Road 346, east of Hwy 395 to Hackstaff Rd.
Description: This Wildlife Area gets its name from the nearby town of Doyle. It is made up of 10,740 acres of foothills and scrub, with riparian habitat along Long Valley Creek. Vegetation includes bitterbrush, curl-leaf mountain mahogany, big sage, and California juniper. Many of these plant species are important in the diet of the local deer population.
Recreational Use: Type C Wildlife Area
- Wildlife viewing and birdwatching opportunities include waterfowl, bobcats, coyotes, badgers, and various raptor species.
Hunting: deer, rabbit, waterfowl, quail, and dove are permitted during open seasons.
PLEASE NOTE: Area regulations are subject to change. Special restrictions on recreational uses, hunt days and methods of take are listed in the current year's issue of Hunting and Other Public Uses on State and Federal Areas, available at CDFW offices and places where licenses are sold.