Vertebrates: California Department of Fish and Wildlife
California Department of Fish and Game
|Location||State headquarters in Sacramento; 6 regional offices plus a marine region office.|
|Directory||California Department of Fish and Wildlife|
|Responsibilities||To manage California's diverse fish, wildlife, and plant resources, and the habitats upon which they depend for their ecological values and for use by the public; set and enforce regulations regarding hunting and trapping of wildlife; issue depredation permits for selected species; set regulations under which animals may be possessed, taken, or controlled; determine threatened or endangered status of species for state listing.|
- For clarification of regulations in the Fish and Game Code.
- Regarding damage caused by deer, bear, elk, wild pigs, gray squirrels, beaver, or mountain lions.
- For issuance of depredation permits to kill deer, elk, wild pigs, gray squirrels, beaver, or mountain lions causing damage.