Hanson Slough

Ownership: 
Public
Colony: 
Yes
Stored Grains Present: 
Unknown
Primary Substrate: 
cattails (Typha spp.)

East side of Hanson Slough; 1.1 miles northwest of junction of Highway 1 and Highway 129, west of Watsonville. Seasonal wetlands with the lower portion of the slough consisting of cattail, smartweed, willow, cocklebur, and poison hemlock. Upland slopes of the slough are a mix of California blackberry, poison hemlock, and annual grasses. The surrounding area consists of agricultural fields, an orchard, cattle grazing, and additional seasonal wetlands.

Not occupied since late 1980's.

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