Putah Creek State Wildlife Area

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The Putah Creek Wildlife Area with Monticello Dam and Lake Berryessa in the distance.
Wildhorse Creek (also known as Cold Creek) above its confluence with Putah Creek in the Putah Creek State Wildlife Area.
Pinnacles rise above the Putah Creek State Wildlife Area

Putah Creek Wildlife Area is a state wildlife area of Solano County, California. The 670 acre reserve lies to the southeast of Lake Berryessa, to the south of Monticello Dam and the confluence of Putah Creek and Cold Creek.[1] Trees found here include cottonwood, blue oak and chaparral. Deer, quail, California towhee, Bullock's oriole, and black-headed grosbeak are also found in the area, which also includes Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve.[2]


  1. ^ "Putah Creek State Wildlife Area". Stateparks.com. Retrieved 2 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Putah Creek State Wildlife Area". California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Retrieved 31 January 2018.

Coordinates: 38°30′21″N 122°5′16″W / 38.50583°N 122.08778°W / 38.50583; -122.08778