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CDFW Extends Land Closures Through Monday, Sept. 21
CDFW Closes Lands Through Monday Due to Wildfires
Lower Klamath River Salmon Quota Met
California’s National Forests Temporarily Close Due to Wildfires; Hunters and Recreational Users are Urged to Stay Away
CDFW Seeks Artists to Enter California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest
CDFW Announces Fishing Closure at Mouth of Klamath River
Firefighting Effort Forces Emergency Closure of Heenan Lake Wildlife Area in Alpine County
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