This Northern california trip was organized by my brother Kumar and sister-in-law Kamal during Nov 2003. The areas covered were Cache Creek, Gray Lodge and Humboldt. We drove from Sunnyvale, California.
1. The Cache Creek Natural Area is a primitive area to protect wildlife and rare plants. It is closed to motorized vehicles and access is limited to foot traffic, equestrian use and mountain bikes. Some trails are closed seasonally to protect wildlife. Also, there are no developed camping areas.
2. The Gray Lodge Wildlife Area is located approximately 60 miles north of Sacramento, Gray Lodge’s diversity and location along the Pacific Flyway make it a heaven for wildlife. I have never seen birds in as much number than I have seen in Gray Lodge! Some of the Snow Geese images in this gallery will attest for this!
3. The Humboldt Redwoods State Park is California’s largest redwood state park. This is the home of the world’s tallest trees.