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Known as one of the world’s biodiversity “hot spots,” the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks are home to many important natural habitats. Across the Landmarks, visitors will find coastal sage scrub, a rare and biologically rich habitat that is native to coastal Southern California.

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The Sinks in Limestone Canyon. ​Irvine Ranch Conservancy and OC Parks are thrilled to announce the reopening of OC Parks’…

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Fossilized marine life found in Fremont Canyon The Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks are full of rich geological features that act…

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IRC staff and volunteers plant Oak trees in Weir Canyon Southern California’s urban wildlands are home to thousands of acres…

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Buck Gully Reserve ​Tucked away in a coastal neighborhood of Newport Beach is Buck Gully Reserve, featuring nearly five miles…

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Hikers in Black Star Canyon ​OC Parks’ Black Star Canyon Wilderness Park is located adjacent to Irvine Lake, northeast of…

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OC Parks’ Weir Canyon Nature Preserve, located in North Orange County, contains one of the largest and healthiest oak woodlands…

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​Agua Chinon Canyon, located in OC Parks’ Limestone Canyon Nature Preserve, is a 1,200-acre canyon in the San Diego Creek…

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​OC Parks’ Fremont Canyon is located just on the outskirts of Irvine Regional Park in Orange and is rich in…

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A view in Shady Canyon ​The City of Irvine’s Open Space Preserve is home to a variety of historically rich…

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