The Conaway Ranch is near the center of what was, historically, one of the largest and most spectacular riparian and wetland habitats in California. Early accounts of this area desceribed thousands of acres of tule marsh and inland lakes surrounded by riparian forests and valley oak woodlands that stretched for miles. Hundreds of species of birds and mammals, including the California grizzly bear, tule elk, and pronghorn antelope once lived in the Yolo Basin. This area was also a major wintering habitat for waterfowl in the Pacific Flyway.
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