Virtual Guidebook to the San Francisco Bay Area
Coyote Hills Regional Park
Fremont and Newark California


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This boardwalk crosses the main freshwater marsh in the Coyote Hills.

(January 31, 2005)


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Lizard Rock rises above one of the freshwater ponds in the Coyote Hills.

(January 31, 2005)


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On the hilltop above Lizard Rock, a good view of the Coyote Hills and surrounding wetlands.

(January 31, 2005)


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The DUST experimental marsh on Alameda Creek is designed to filter and neutralize debris-laden urban storm runoff.

(January 31, 2005)


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San Francisco Bay National Wildlfie Refuge viewed from the Coyote Hills> This sprawling refuge protect the marshes and salt ponds of the south part of the bay.

(January 31, 2005)


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Goats are widely used to reduce and discourage the growth of brush in the parks and adjacent areas. They are confined by electric fences and attended by a goat herd.

(January 31, 2005)


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Bayview Trail provides just what its name implies, a great view across the southern part of San Francisco Bay.

(January 31, 2005)


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