Article 6. Management Of Fish And Wildlife On Military Lands of California Fish And Game Code >> Division 4. >> Part 1. >> Chapter 2. >> Article 6.

It is the policy of the state to actively encourage the biologically sound management of fish and other wildlife resources on lands administered by the United States Department of Defense. The department may develop a program to implement this article in cooperation with the military services.
The department may coordinate and cooperate with all branches of the United States military service, Department of Defense, for the purpose of developing fish and wildlife management plans and programs on military installations. The plans and programs shall be designed to provide biologically optimum levels of fish and wildlife resource management and use compatible with the primary military use of those lands. Military lands involved in programs developed pursuant to this article shall not be available to the general public without the consent of the military service administering the lands.
The commission may adopt regulations and authorize the department to enter into agreements with the United States Department of Defense for the administration of this article.
(a) Upon approval of specific management plans and programs, which reflect the recommendations of the department, the commission may authorize actions and adopt regulations governing those actions pursuant to this article.
  (b) The provisions of Sections 457, 458, 459, and 460 do not apply to regulations adopted under this article.
  (c) The activities conducted pursuant to this program shall be reviewed annually by the department and the commission.