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The Ballona Wetlands is a protected area near Marina Del Rey and Playa Del Rey, and is one of the last significant wetlands area in the Los Angeles basin. Development and the  concreting over of the Ballona Creek in the 1930's for flood control purposes, reduced the 2100 acre wetlands to its present size of about 700 acres. Los Angeles, California, USA

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Ballona Wetlands
The Ballona Wetlands is a protected area near Marina Del Rey and Playa Del Rey, and is one of the last significant wetlands area in the Los Angeles basin. Development and the concreting over of the Ballona Creek in the 1930's for flood control purposes, reduced the 2100 acre wetlands to its present size of about 700 acres. Los Angeles, California, USA

Filename: CA17081.jpg
From gallery: Gallery - Los Angeles Rivers
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 8 Apr 2010
Location: Los Angeles California United States
Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
Copyright: Peter Bennett
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