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May 30, 1989 | MARCIDA DODSON and KENNETH T. YAMADA, Times Staff Writers
In Irvine's San Joaquin marsh, joggers and bicyclists roam the perimeter of a freshwater wildlife preserve that is home to ducks, birds, bobcats, coyotes, skunks and other wildlife. From October through January, the bucolic setting also plays host to duck hunters, whose presence predates the homes, offices and university buildings that now ring the serene preserve. The wildlife species, many point out, actually owe their lives to the hunters, who pay $33,000 a year to flood the marsh with water, allowing the vegetation and wildlife to thrive.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1989 | MARCIDA DODSON and KENNETH T. YAMADA, Times Staff Writers
In Irvine's San Joaquin marsh, joggers and bicyclists roam the perimeter of a freshwater wildlife preserve that is home to ducks, birds, bobcats, coyotes, skunks and other wildlife. From October through January, the bucolic setting also plays host to duck hunters, whose presence predates the homes, offices and university buildings that now ring the serene preserve. The wildlife species, many point out, actually owe their lives to the hunters, who pay $33,000 a year to flood the marsh with water, allowing the vegetation and wildlife to thrive.
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