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Swampy

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California Department of Fish & GameFebruary 26, 2002
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE02:024

Contact:Dan Yparraguirre, Wildlife Programs Branch, (916) 445-3685
Mike Riley, California Waterfowl Association, (916) 648-1406

Department of Fish and Game Seeking Input on Waterfowl Hunting

The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) and the California Waterfowl Association (CWA) have scheduled a public workshop to discuss ways to improve waterfowl hunting in California. Those interested should plan to be at the Resources Building Auditorium, 1416 Ninth St., on Saturday March 9, 2002 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The workshop will be facilitated by Bob Simms of Sacramento radio station KFBK. Policy makers from the DFG and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be there to answer questions. Technical staff from the DFG Wildlife Programs Branch, the Lands and Facilities Branch, and the License and Revenue Branch will also be in attendance.

Topics to be discussed include the annual hunting regulations, the reservation system for public hunting areas, and ways to improve waterfowl hunting in California.

"The Department is seeking ideas that can be put in place that improve waterfowl hunting in California," said Dan Yparraguirre, the Department's Waterfowl Coordinator. "Over the last three years, hunters have expressed concerns about declining satisfaction with their hunting experiences, which could lead to reduced support for waterfowl and waterfowl habitat conservation. Early input from the public is critical to making changes, as the development of regulations is already beginning for the next hunting seasons. Those interested in improving waterfowling in California are encouraged to attend and present their ideas."
 

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PS>>> parking really SUCKS downtown Sac. Resourse building is 16+ stories surrounded by one-way streets and militant wench parking control officers. There is a pay to park lot kinda kitty corner from DFG but best bet is to park for free at light rail lot on hwy 80 near Auburn Blvd exit(in the middle of the freeway) and ride it into capital area. There is a stop right in front of the DFG building. I got 2 parking tickets the same day downtown last time I went.
 

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