Day Hikes on the California Central Coast
by Robert Stone (Day Hike Books)
© Robert Stone/Day Hike Books. All Rights Reserved.
Mudflats without life until about 1961, when the Southern Pacific Railroad, the State of California and City of Carpenteria and myself started plant a variety of plant life as protection of the railroad tracks from the pounding surf. Now there are many varieties of plants and species of birds, and people watching them. Nice to look at. Never mind the so-called information given there-
more of the standard "what is native" that does not apply to the Salt Marsh Nature Park.
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