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There is a reason why Del Puerto Canyon is considered scenic. A quick drive from Patterson reveals the habitats that a variety of wildlife call home. The meandering creek that the tadpoles relish, Owl Rock, and Heritage Oaks are just a few notable spectacles. Catch it at the right time, and the variety of blossoms are watercolor in life.  Geologists study the region for its rare vertical alignment that provides glimpse into our Earth's interior. We believe natural beauty and rare geology of the canyon should be preserved for generations to come. 

Check out this 2019 survey by students from CSU Stanislaus below!

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Loggerhead Shrike

by Barry Boulton

Also check out some of the over 5,000 observations recorded from Del Puerto Canyon on iNaturalist!

External links are provided for reference purposes only and not meant to imply affiliation with Save Del Puerto Canyon

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