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Created 5-Jul-14
Modified 5-Jul-14
Visitors 6
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Hoping to see more life at the Woodbridge Regional Park this Saturday, I was disappointed there weren't more dragonflies and other insects. This park borders the Mokolumne River and has a number of trails, including one that meanders through tall marsh grass. There are a number of large oaks and other tree species, with densely matted underbrush, including pipevine, poison oak and blackberries.
The river is very low right now, and there were a few families taking advantage of getting their feet wet. You could walk all the way across at about any point.

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Keywords:Lodi, Mokolumne, Park, Regional, River, Woodbridge, butterfly, family, flora, fun, oaks, pipevine, trees, waterway

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