Green Creek Wildlife Area is 2,756 acres. The Summers Meadow Unit is 2,036 acres and Green Creek Unit is 720 acres. Aspen, Jefferey pine, riparian, bitterbrush and sage habitat dominate the wildlife area. It has sloping valleys and high mountain meadows with an elevation up to 7,400 feet. Three miles of Green Creek run through the wildlife area. The riparian and meadow habitats provide an excellent mule deer migration corridor and fawning area. Deer, black bear, beaver, bald eagle, grouse, mountain quail, and limited numbers of waterfowl are found here. Green Creek supports brown, rainbow and brook trout.
The wildlife area is surrounded by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Toiyabe National Forest lands. Two miles to the west is the Hoover Wilderness Area and 6 miles west is the Yosemite National Park boundary.
For more information, call the Inland Deserts Region Bishop office at (760) 872-1171.