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Animals of the Baldwin Hills

There is a diverse set of animals that inhabit the Baldwin Hills, but there are also many species that are no longer present. Among the species present in the Baldwin Hills are White Tailed Kites, Red-shouldered and Cooper's hals, Phainoeplas, Orange-cronwed Warblers and Bullock's Orioles. A good source of information on animals in the Baldwin Hills can be found in the following four sections of the document in Biota of the Baldwin Hills: An Ecological Assessment, produced by the Baldwin Hills Conservancy: The links below contain additional information about current and past wildlife in the Baldwin Hills, and attempts to restore habitat. Ducks in pond formed by 2/05 rains

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On this web site you will find information about the Baldwin Hills Park plan, geology, plants, and wildlife within the planned park, neigboring communities, and activities at the parks that already exist within the boundaries of the planned Baldwin Hills Park. This is not an official site of the park, and I ask for help from anyone that can correct any information I might post, or who has additional links or resources to suggest.
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