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The 7,400 acre Angelo Coast Range Reserve is one of UC Berkeley’s preeminent field stations. It has been protected from major human disturbance since the late 1930s and today provides a crucial window into the workings of natural river, riparian, wetland, forest, meadow, and chaparral ecosystems of California’s North Coast. It provides a unique setting for studies of rivers, forests, fish, and wildlife. The Angelo Reserve is one of 39 protected natural areas in the University of California Natural Reserve System and is managed through the UC Berkeley campus.
The Angelo Coast Range Reserve was gifted by Heath and Margorie Angelo to the Nature Conservancy in 1959.
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