Napa County’s watersheds not only provide a home to over 133,000 people, they also support abundant wildlife, several of which hold the unique status of rare, threatened, or endangered.
Napa County is one of the most biologically diverse counties in the San Francisco Bay Area. Located at the margins of three major biological regions (the northern reaches of the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary, the western edge of the Sacramento Valley, and divided north-to-south by several extensions of the Coast Range), the county exhibits a uniquely high level of wildlife diversity.
Napa county is home to more than 62 tributaries, the Napa river, several lakes, and countless irrigation ponds.
These water ways give home to more than 52 species of fish, including several sport fish. Not to mention the enormity of our wildlife!