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Bay Nature magazineApr-Jun 2010 Issue

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Paradise Cut

April 01, 2010 by John Hart

Superhighways stay out of the Delta, mostly. But if you have ever driven on Interstate 5 south of Stockton, you have just grazed one of the southernmost Delta islands, Stewart Tract. Filling the angle between the San Joaquin River and Paradise Cut, one of that river's lesser branches, it is also at the intersection of two specifically South Delta concerns: urbanization and flood control.

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The Sandhill Homecoming

October 24, 2008 by Kate Brittain

Every fall, thousands of graceful sandhill cranes arrive in the Central Valley to spend the winter. They're a sight not to be missed!

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Bullet Train Through Henry W. Coe State Park and Orestimba Wilderness

July 01, 2004 by Christine Sculati

Where can you find more than 80,000 acres of wildlands with hundreds of miles of trails only 36 miles from ...

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