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THIS SCAN IS LOW RES – SOFT LOOKING AT 100%
The sun sets on the Suisun Marsh the largest contiguous brackish wetland in the western United States. Located in Solano County in Northern California, the marsh encompasses 116,00 acres and a critical part of the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary ecosystem. Its home to a wide variety of plants, fish and wildlife that depend on the careful balance of fresh and saline waters.

The marsh provides ideal hiking, canoeing and sightseeing. Photo taken March 1, 2003.

Paul Hames / California Department of Water Resources

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The marsh provides ideal hiking, canoeing and sightseeing. Photo taken March 1, 2003.

Paul Hames / California Department of Water Resources

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