Endangered Species at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve
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This paper examines a study that observed the interaction between the plants and birds of the tidal mudflat and determine what the different organisms provided for each other in the environment. The paper describes the observation of species inhabiting the Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve, located near Huntingdon Beach, California. The four species observed during this study were Belding's Savannah sparrow, California Cord grass, the Brown Pelican and Pickle weed.
From the Paper:"The intertidal salt marsh lies between the shore and the open bay water. Because of the proximity to the open ocean, it is often windy. It contains mud flats where the soil has high salt content that can only support grasses of varying heights. The salt marsh is home to a wide variety of birds, some that are year-round residents and others that use the marsh as a resting-place during their winter migrations to the South."
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Endangered Species at the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve (2003, January 13) Retrieved February 02, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/essay/endangered-species-at-the-bolsa-chica-ecological-reserve-22901/
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