Waterfowl Hunting Program

Hunting Season begins in October each year. This page updated for 2018-19 season.

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NBVC Point Mugu is located within the Pacific Flyway and is comprised of approximately 2300 acres of wetland habitat. Consequently, there is a great variety and abundance of waterfowl species present during the fall and winter. NBVC Point Mugu complies with the State of California Department of Fish and Game waterfowl hunting regulations. The season is typically from mid-October through the end of January.

   
Any questions regarding the NBVC Waterfowl Hunting Program should be directed to the NBVC Waterfowl Committee at 805-890-7245 during the hunting season or during the off season to the installation Environmental Division at 805-989-3808.

Hunter Eligibility Requirements

Personnel eligible to hunt waterfowl aboard NBVC Point Mugu include active duty, reserve, and retired military personnel; current and retired DOD civil service personnel; and NBVC contractor personnel with an NBVC photo ID badge. At least one week in advance of their first hunt day, all personnel shall:

Common Waterfowl at NBVC

Go to:

http://nbvchunting.my-personal.org/Home.htm

Another good reference is:

https://www.hunter-ed.com/wildlife/waterfowl.htm

NBVC Waterfowl Hunting Notice for Blind Repair

All persons eligible to hunt waterfowl aboard NBVC Point Mugu are invited to participate in the annual repair of hunting blinds. Personnel eligible to hunt waterfowl include active duty, reserve, and retired military personnel; current and retired DOD civil service personnel; and NBVC contractor personnel with an NBVC photo ID badge.

  • You  MAY NOT sign up someone else.
  • Volunteers will be accepted ONLY during the first three weeks of August (not before).
  • There are a limited number of blinds in need of repair; therefore, volunteers will be taken on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Volunteers will be notified of their assignments in early September and must be completed by the end of the month
  • Volunteers earn six (6) priority chits to be used during the hunting season to increase their chances of getting a desired blind assignment.
  • Submit your name and phone number(s) to the Waterfowl Committee at NBVChunting@verizon.net

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