Farallon National Wildlife Refuge, CA

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Farallon National Wildlife Refuge

The Farallon National Wildlife Refuge is a group of islands located 28 miles west of San Francisco. It sustains the largest sea bird breeding colony south of Alaska and contains 30 percent of California's...[more]


30 miles off shore of San Fransisco
San Francisco, CA

C/O San Fransisco Bay NWR Complex
1 Marshlands Road
Fremont , CA 94555


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The refuge consists of islands approximately 30 miles offshore of San Francisco in the Pacific Ocean. It is closed to public access. However, there is an exhibit on Farallon Refuge wildlife at the San Francisco Bay Refuge Complex visitor center in Fremont, California.

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