Conservation Buyer Program

Property Listing

Wildcat Ranch

California, Shasta County & Tehama County

Size: 1,844 acres
Price: $1,229,000

The 1,844-acre Wildcat Ranch features significant frontage on Battle Creek, one of California's finest salmon and trout streams. Battle Creek supports four runs of wild Chinook salmon, steelhead trout and resident trout. The ranch is about 30 minutes east of Red Bluff, California and features blue oak woodlands that support California's largest migratory deer herd.

Primary Conservation Objective

TNC's Lassen Foothills Project is conserving a landscape-scale area in northern California that includes wild salmon streams, blue oak woodlands and vernal pool complexes.

Biodiversity Highlights

Four runs of Chinook salmon (fall, late fall, winter and spring), steelhead trout, blue oak woodlands, the largest migratory deer herd in California and numerous other at-risk species.

Qualifications and Restrictions

The Conservancy will retain a conservation easement that will limit the development of the ranch to two homes, while prohibiting subdivision, logging and mining. Compatible permitted uses include seasonal grazing, fishing and hunting.


Additional Photos

View of Lassen Peak from Wildcat, © Ken Robison

Large freshwater spring, © Rich Reiner/TNC

North Fork of Battle Creek, © Ken Robison

North Fork of Battle Creek, © Jake Jacobson/TNC


Ranch map with aerial photo base

Topographic map of property


For more information, please contact:

Ken Robison
ReMax Top Properties
605 Main Street
Red Bluff, California 96080

Phone: 530-527-1111


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