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|Do you have a water fun photo?
06/19/13 -- If you enjoy capturing memories of your familiy and friends having fun on the water like "McCloud Browns" by Jim Mullins, this is your chance to participate in our new photo contest, “Water Recreation!” Use this Entry Form.
|WaterRipper opens up play for family fun
By Catherine Beeghly
06/18/13 -- Stay active with the grandkids this summer in the waters of your favorite pool or swimming hole. As temperatures head for the triple digits, round up your gang, and pack up some toys that encourage... Full Story
|Researching Surfperch on the North Coast
06/19/13 -- Last spring, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife began studying redtail surfperch (Amphisticus rhodoterus) in Humboldt and Del Norte counties, and we could use your help! As you probably... Full Story
|Tule Lake NWR, Modoc County
Sandhill cranes are safe in the open grasslands. Wily coyotes pay them no mind but if a wing droops or a leg is bent the predators will recognize it instantly and attack. USFWS Photo by Dave Menke -- More Lake/Modoc County photos
|So special it deserves a place of its own
By Frank Galusha
The Pit River flows into the Fall River Valley between Pittville and McArthur at the northeastern edge of Shasta County. The water eventually reaches Shasta Lake.
This region includes portions of Eastern Shasta, Northwest Lassen and Southwest Modoc Counties and is most closely associated with the unincorporated communities of Burney, Fall River Mills and Hat Creek. More Intermountain/Hat Creek