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Yellow wildflowers in a flooded meadow near Burney, CA.

Make the most of the beauty of this season by getting outdoors!  Pleasant temperatures and a variety of activities make this one of the best times to be outside. Whether you are scouting wildflowers, watching for birds, or enjoying being back out on the water, spring is sure to be a delight. 


Migratory Birds

An abundance of spring fed waterways and mountain meadows make this slice of California an amazing place to view birds all year round. In the late winter and early spring, Viewers will also get the pleasure of catching migrating birds as they make their way along the Pacific Flyway.


Visit Wintu Audubon Society for more information.


Fishing Season

Blue ribbon trout fishing and spectacular views make this region one of Northern California's hottest fishing locales. 

While fish can be found in most waterways, some great spots are:

For information about guided fishing tours: Bob Norman's Riverbend Adventures


In the late spring and after events of fire the Intermountain Region boasts beautiful blooms of mountain wildflowers. This is special time to enjoy a hike.

Wildflowers on Hat Creek Rim.


With so many beautiful locations to hike, it can be hard to chose!


Our spring fed waterways are vibrant all year round with ample bird watching and fishing opportunities from your watercraft.


With many flat road options and rugged untapped mountain biking potential make Eastern Shasta county the perfect place for a biking enthusiast!

For information on biking and routes visit

Burney Fall River Bicycle Association

Great Shasta Rail Trail

Mountain biking in Burney, CA
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