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California Public Lands Affected by Wildfires: Know Before You Go
Submitted by: Backcountry Press Outdoor News
Posted on: 08/09/18
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of TBC Press
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) does not maintain up to date status on road or campground closures, with the exception of CDFW managed properties. Be sure to check the websites of those agencies who manage the land you intend to visit or where you have reservations.
CalFire maintains a website with current information on major fires in the state. The U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management use InciWeb to provide information about active fires (and other natural disasters) in California and across the country.
The national forest or campground you plan to visit may have more specific information regarding road closures, campground closures, etc.
CDFW’s state and federal partner agencies wish to promote safe and enjoyable use of your public lands during the fire season. Know before you go.
Stock Image courtesy of CDFW
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Fires throughout California have affected access to public lands in many locations that are normally heavily used during the fall general hunting season openers.
Archery deer hunters on scouting expeditions around the state are already encountering restricted access to desirable properties.
As the general deer seasons approach in many California hunting zones, hunters are reminded to research the areas where they intend to hunt or scout to be sure those areas are free from fire restrictions.