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By Cari Hachmann
Staff Writer 

Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve is critical corridor for wildlife habitat


Last updated 4/2/2019 at 10:07am

Reserve manager Pablo Bryant points to a series of yellow dots that run along a patchwork of green on a map detailing the bounds of Temecula’s Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve.

The dots represent the tracked movement of mountain lions who use the river valley as a corridor for their habitat.

The Santa Margarita River is southern California’s last free-flowing ri...

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