Friends of Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is an organization of citizen volunteers which works to support the Refuge. On this website, you can discover our many activities and the ways in which we help the Refuge. You will also discover the benefits that accrue to Friends members in doing this work. You are invited to join Friends of the Refuge, donate, and/or volunteer.
Thank you Sacramento Tree Foundation (http://www.sactree.org/watershedwise), Rose Foundation and volunteers! Post (https://www.faceb...Read More
The Refuge and a number of its friends celebrated 20 years as the 505th National Wildlife Refuge. It was a beautiful day, and the Sandhill Cranes...Read More
How great is it that we don't have to go this far to experience a National Wildlife Refuge? These signs were recently put up at Blue Heron Trails...Read More
On July 25, 2014 the Friends of Stone Lakes NWR signed a letter transmitting our comments and concerns regarding the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (...Read More
This is the perfect time of year to go on a docent led birdwalk at the refuge. You will see areas of the refuge that aren't open to the public. ...Read More
The Sandhill cranes have arrived at Stone Lakes! Visit the Refuge and see the cranes dancing and foraging in the wetlands. You can also take tou...Read More
There is always something to see at the Refuge. Come to Blue Heron Trails and be surrounded by the songs of Redwing Blackbirds and Meadow Larks. ...Read More