|West Branch Feather River|
|Region||North Fork Feather Watershed|
|Source||Lassen National Forest|
|⁃ location||Butte County|
|Mouth||Lake Oroville, West ArmA|
|Basin size||282 sq mi (730 km2)|
|APrior to Oroville Dam construction, the West Branch flowed to its confluence with the North Fork Feather River.|
The West Branch (or West Fork) Feather River is a Lake Oroville tributary that flows generally north-to-south in the North Fork Feather Watershed near the watershed's drainage divide with the Mills-Big Chico Watershed and Upper Butte Watershed.
- Toadtown development & DeSabla Regional Bundle
- Up to 125 cu ft/s (3.5 m3/s) of the West Branch is diverted to the 8.66 mi (13.94 km) Hendricks Canal of the Toadtown development, and the Magalia 73 Dam conveys water via a sequence of DeSabla Regional Bundle facilities from the Upper Miocene Canal to Kunkle Reservoir (Lime Saddle Powerhouse near Lake Oroville), then via the Middle Miocene Canal to the Coal Canyon Powerhouse, and then to the Oroville-Thermalito Complex.
|source, Lassen NF|
|waterbody, Snag Lake|
|valley, Coon Hollow|
|confluence, Philbrook Creek|
|border, Lassen NF|
|confluence, Fish Creek|
|confluence, Last Chance Creek|
|diversion, Hendricks Canal|
|confluence, Big Kimshew Creek|
|confluence, Little West Fork|
|confluence, Concow Creek|
|mouth, West Arm Lake Oroville|
|mouth (former), North Fork|
- George, Holly; et al. "Upper Feather River Watershed (UFRW) Irrigation Discharge Management Program" (PDF). University of California. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-06-12. Retrieved 2010-09-08.
- "Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Application for Authorization to Divest Its Hydroelectric Generating Facilities and Related Assets, Section 4: Hydrology & Water Quality" (PDF). Battle Creek Watershed Conservancy. Retrieved 4 August 2010.