The Pacific Flyway Center will be located
in the Suisun Marsh in Fairfield, California.

Pacific Flyway Fund has acquired a rare 845-acre wetland preserve that is a key rest stop on the migratory bird superhighway. It is located on the edge of Suisun Marsh, the largest estuarine marsh in the western United States, and it includes wetlands, upland grasslands and riparian habitats.

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Visitors to the Pacific Flyway Center will enjoy an indoor-outdoor, guided or self-guided experience. A “Walk in the Marsh” will take visitors through 124 acres of restored and enhanced wetlands on a mile of gravel trails and 4,500 linear feet of raised boardwalks. And they can get even closer to nature on guided kayak tours. The experience will highlight the ecological benefits of this key resting, nesting and feeding ground for thousands of migrating shorebirds and waterfowl, as well as numerous other wetland-dependent species. 

The Pacific Flyway Center’s full project vision will consist of three building phases for a total building area of 125,000 square feet.

Phase One

Will focus on the Walk in the Marsh outdoor experience and the initial 28,000 square foot Education Center, which will house exhibits, a café, a media center, administrative offices and event spaces. Read More ⟶ 

Phase Two

Will focus on a smaller “winged-roof” building totaling 23,000 square feet. It will be the main entrance to the Center and expand the visitors’ experience.

Phase Three

Will focus on the expansive solar “winged-roof” building totaling 74,000 square feet and will expand comprehensive exhibits, classrooms, a large screen theatre, elevated platform areas, catwalks, expanded outdoor areas and amphitheatre area.