Places > Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank

Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank


Project Type
Conservation Bank
California | Colusa County
Species Habitat Mitigation
Burrowing owl, Giant garter snake, Swainson's hawk, Vernal pool fairy shrimp, Vernal pool tadpole shrimp


Peggy Lee

D: 916.698.8488

The 252-acre Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank consists of preserved wetland and upland habitats in Colusa County. The Conservation Bank site supports a variety of habitats, including vernal pools, seasonal wetlands, emergent marsh and annual grassland.

The Bank was approved by the California Department of Fish & Wildlife and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to provide vernal pool species preservation, Swainson’s hawk, giant garter snake, and burrowing owl mitigation for impacts within Solano, Colusa, Glenn, and Yolo counties.

Available Credit Types

  • Vernal pool fairy shrimp preservation
  • Vernal pool tadpole shrimp preservation
  • Swainson’s hawk
  • Burrowing owl

Previously Available Credit Types

  • Giant garter snake (sold out)