In case we need reminding we have massive natural resources right within an hour of the City. Supporting evidence for this boast is the Rush Creek Open Space, 522 acres in western Marin ¬†where there are many hiker-free, untravelled trails, which invite birds, in this case over 196 species of waterfowl, to call this home The wetlands are vast. On the western edge there are mixed broadleaf forests including the largest stand of blue oaks in the County. The Preserve’s eastern boundary offers you an awesome panorama of the Petaluma Delta and outside it the sweeping hills of Sonoma County.

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