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Madrona Marsh Preserve is thought to be the last seasonal freshwater marsh in Los Angeles County. More than 260 native bird, 300 plant, 3...
Madrona Marsh Preserve is thought to be the last seasonal freshwater marsh in Los Angeles County. More than 260 native bird, 300 plant, 31 butterfly, 21 dragonfly  and hundreds of insect species have been documented on the Preserve over the past 35 years. Because of the efforts of the City of Torrance staff, Friends of Madrona Marsh, and thousands of local volunteers, Madrona is a thriving ecosystem right in the heart of Torrance California. It is a jewel of the City and well worth a visit. The Preserve is open Tuesday - Sunday 10-5. For more information call (310) 782-3989. Or contact tdrake@torranceca.gov
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