Come discover the City of Davis Wetlands!
The Davis Wetlands is a managed, native California wetland ecosystem that includes oak riparian woodlands and native grasslands. The group will caravan along the hard-packed gravel roads of the auto tour route. Several stops will be made along the way providing guests with a closer look at the many species of birds that utilize the more than 400 acres of reconstructed wetlands.
Tours take place on the first Saturday of every month. September through February tour times are 3p.m. – 5 p.m.; March through August 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Tours run rain or shine, expect in instances of flooding. Reservations are required to attend. Visit our wetland tour page for dates and registration. www.yolobasin.org/wetlands-tours
What to Bring: For warm weather bring a hat and sunscreen. For cold weather, dress in layers. For all trips bring water, binoculars, spotting scopes, and comfortable walking shoes or boots.
From Davis: Take Poleline Road heading north towards Woodland. Turn right onto Road 28H. Stay on this road for 3 miles until reaching the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
From Woodland: Take County Road 102 south towards Davis. Turn left onto Road 28H. Stay on this road for 3 miles until reaching the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
From Sacramento: Tour participants coming from Sacramento should take the I-80 west and take the first exit, 32A, at the west end of the Yolo Causeway. Turn left at the end of the off ramp onto Road 105. Follow the road across the railroad tracks until reaching a T-intersection at the end of the road. Turn right onto Road 28 H and continue to the Wastewater Treatment Plant.