Rifle hunting season opens in many areas of Northern California today. Despite ongoing wildfires, some sections of the Shasta-Trinity and Six Rivers National Forests will remain open to the public for recreational activities.
Retired Big Bar District Fire Safety Officer Steve Ryberg explains which areas are open to the public.
Six Rivers and Shasta Trinity National Forests Closures Rifle hunting season in many northern California areas begins…Posted by U.S. Forest Service - Shasta-Trinity National Forest on Friday, September 18, 2015
West Family Unit of Grizzly Island Wildlife Area is closed due to high tides and flooding.#cawildlifeareaclosures— Cal Fish & Wildlife (@CaliforniaDFW) December 16, 2014