The approximately 11,000-acre San Pablo Bay Wildlife Area includes tidal marshes and sloughs, tidal mudflats, shallow water, and other lowland wildlife habitat. The floristics are typically estuarine with cordgrass and pickleweed predominating throughout the lower zonation. The marsh-mudflat-slough complex is an important feeding and nursery area for a variety of marine fish species: striped bass, salmon, etc. The area's fauna also includes birds and mammals, several of which are sensitive species.
For more information, call the Bay Delta Region Fairfield office at (707) 428-2002.