Lands that could potentially be encompassed by the Range of the Condor National Heritage Area

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An environmental summary by the ENVS 560/L Watershed Systems class at CSUMB.


The Range of the Condor National Heritage Area is a proposed area that, if passed through Congress, will encompass a range of public land. The area's enactment will allow for greater inter collaboration between various environmental and land use agencies, as well as education potential through public engagement and increased public access. The lands listed are considered possible qualifying areas to be established in the Range of the Condor National Heritage Area.

Federally owned and operated land

State owned and operated land

Locally owned and operated land

Tribal land


  • Tule River Reservation: 53945.6 ac
  • Lone Pine Reservation: 238 ac
  • Fort Independence Reservation: 120 ac
  • Big Pine Reservation
  • Bishop Reservation
  • Santa Ynez Reservation
  • Morongo Reservation
  • San Manuel Reservation


  • North Fork Rancheria: 130 ac
  • Table Mountain Rancheria: 61 ac
  • Cold Springs Rancheria: 155 ac
  • Picayune Rancheria: 160 ac
  • Big Sandy Rancheria: 280 ac
  • Santa Rosa Rancheria: 403.2 ac
  • Lytton Rancheria: 100 ac






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