|Founded by||Galician immigrants|
Tel Yitzhak (Hebrew: תֵּל יִצְחָק, lit. Yitzhak Hill) is a kibbutz in central Israel. Located in the coastal plain to the south-east of Netanya, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof HaSharon Regional Council. In 2018 it had a population of 1,017.
The kibbutz was established in 1938 by General Zionist immigrants from Galicia as part of the tower and stockade settlement campaign. It was named after Yitzhak Steiger, a leader of HaNoar HaTzioni in Galicia.
Masua, a center for Holocaust research and commemoration, was established on the kibbutz.
Southwest of the kibbutz is an 8-dunam nature reserve established in 1968 to protect flora and fauna native to the Sharon plain. Flora includes Ceratonia siliqua, Calicotome villosa, Thymelaea hirsuta, Prasium majus, Anagyris, and Lavandula stoechas.
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- "List of National Parks and Nature Reserves" (PDF) (in Hebrew). Israel Nature and Parks Authority. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 7, 2009. Retrieved 2010-09-27.
- "Tel Yitzhak Nature Reserve" (in Hebrew). iNature.info. Retrieved 2010-10-13.