Nongame and Furbearer Hunting

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2024 - 2025 Seasons and Limits

Non-game Area Season Dates Daily Bag Limit Possession Limit
American Crow The following areas are closed to hunting of American Crow
(American Crow Closure Map (PDF)(opens in new tab)):

1) Those portions of Trinity and Mendocino National Forests south of Highway 36
2) North and east of a line beginning at the mouth of the Eel River; south along the Eel River to the town of Alton; east on Highway 36 from the town of Alton to Highway 89 west of Chester; south and east on Highways 89 and 395 to Interstate 15 near Hesperia; south on Interstate 15 to Interstate 10; and east on Interstate 10 to the California-Arizona border.
Closed No Take No Take
Balance of the State Dec 7 -
April 9
24 Double the daily bag
Furbearers Area Season Dates Daily Bag Limit Possession Limit
Raccoon All of Imperial County and those portions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties lying south and east of the following line: Beginning at the intersection of Highway 86 with the north boundary of Imperial County; north along Highway 86 to the intersection with Interstate 10; east along Interstate 10 to its intersection with the Cottonwood Springs Road in Section 9, T6S, R11E, S.B.B.M.; north along the Cottonwood Springs Road and the Mecca Dale Road to Amboy; east along Highway 66 to the intersection with Highway 95; north along Highway 95 to the California-Nevada state line. July 1 -
March 31
No Limit No Limit
Balance of the State Nov 16 -
March 31

Requirements for Hunting Nongame and Furbearing Animals

See also:

Bobcat Harvest Assessment Reports

(Bobcat hunting has been prohibited in California since 2020.)

See also: Game Take Hunter Survey Report Archive

Wildlife Branch - Game Program
1010 Riverside Parkway, West Sacramento, CA 95605
Mailing: P.O. Box 944209, Sacramento, CA 94244-2090
(916) 557-3444