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Low geologically-inspired walls and earthen mounds with grass-inspired fencing create a 750-foot-long protective habitat for endangered Burrowing Owls. Two seating areas by the water allow for bird watching and outdoor, docent-led classrooms. Two educational plaques inform the public about the rich bird habitat of the area.
Concrete, patinated stainless steel, fiberglass imbedded plaques and rocks
Cezar Chavez Park
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