Stewards of the Land

Located in the Suisun Marsh, one of the largest and most important tidal wetlands on the West Coast, The Teal Club owns over 500 acres of some of the most productive waterfowl habitat in California.  The land is a sanctuary for dabbling ducks with both green-winged and cinnamon teal, wigeon, pintail, mallards, shovelers, gadwall, and wood ducks.  Diving ducks also flourish on this land with canvasbacks, ring-necked ducks, bluebills, goldeneyes, buffleheads, and ruddy ducks moving between the sloughs and ponds.  Flocks of Canada, specklebelly, and snow geese are regularly seen in the skies above The Teal Club.  Along the levees, quality upland habitat and cover hold wild pheasants, coveys of native California quail, snipe, and rabbits.  In the surrounding sloughs, striped bass, catfish, and sturgeon swim the tidal waters.  Raptors abound with hawks, harriers, eagles, and falcons hunting from the sky.  It's a magical place for any nature lover.