Formed in 2005, the mission of the MCBA is to work towards improving the condition of the Columbian Black-tailed deer herds in the B-ZONES of Northern California.
Geographic areas of interest are the mountains of Mendocino, Trinity, Shasta, Klamath, and Six Rivers. The National Forests, Yolla Bolly, Marble Mountain, Trinity Alps and other Wilderness areas are the prime targets for this effort.
Helping the deer to grow and flouish will take a large collaborative effort from many people and agencies to establish.
Currently the MCBA has a well-established membership comprising of members from counties such as Lake, Glen, Mendocino, Colusa, Tehama, Marin, Sonoma, Humboldt, Solano, Shasta, Trinity, and others -- even as far as the state of Nevada. They are all working towards the goal of improving the population and health of the Columbian Black-tailed deer herds, specifically in the B-ZONES.More...