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Tudor is an unincorporated town in Sutter County. It is located near the west bank of the Feather River (opposite Plumas Lake), south of Abbott, north of Wilson, northeast of Robbins and Kirkville, east of Cranmore, and southeast of the Sutter National Wildlife Refuge. Its elevation is 43 feet.

The native plant community of Tudor is valley grassland. This means that winter flooding, extremely dry summers, and soil that tends to be somewhat alkaline make it difficult for trees and shrubs to grow. However, grasses or grasslike plants are not necessarily the dominant plants either. Many types of herbaceous plants thrive in valley grassland.

The U.S. Postal Service sometimes lists addresses in Tudor as being in Yuba City, because Tudor is in the 95991 zip code and Yuba City is partly in it as well. However, on the Yuba-Sutter Wiki, we prefer listing the more specific location Tudor.


A Nisenan village used to be located on the bank of the Feather River, about one mile north of Tudor. The people of this village were called the Yukulmes.


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Tudor entry on Wikipedia