Rendezvous Wildlife Area | Methow Valley
Rendezvous Wildlife Area
Methow Valley, WA
The Rendezvous Unit offers diverse recreation opportunities. Unmaintained trails and old roads lead to Lewis Butte, Riser Lake, and Little Cub Creek areas.
South-facing slopes are primarily sagebrush, bitterbrush and bunch grasses. North slopes are timbered with Douglas-fir and Ponderosa pine. Cub Creek, Little Cub Creek, and the Riser Lake have aspen and shrub dominated riparian areas, important for mule deer fawning plus nesting habitat for cavity nesters and migratory songbirds.
Map Courtesy of WDFW
The Similkameen-Chopaka Area offers opportunities to view a variety of wildlife, including black bear, cougar, white-tailed deer, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, chukar partridges, mourning doves, Canada geese, ruffed grouses, gray partridges, ring-necked pheasants, California quail, and trumpeter swans.
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