San Joaquin

San Joaquin or San Joaquín may refer to:

  • Saint Joachim, the traditional name for the father of Mary in Spanish

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San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex - San Luis National Wildlife Refuge
... The San Luis National Wildlife Refuge encompasses over 26,600 acres (108 km2) of wetlands, riparian forests, native grasslands and vernal pools ... reptiles, amphibians, insects and plants some of which, such as the tiger salamander and San Joaquin Kit Fox, are endangered species ... and today it comprises six contiguous units San Luis, East Bear Creek, West Bear Creek, Freitas, Blue Goose, and Kesterson ...
San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex - San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge
... The San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge located in Stanislaus County encompasses over 7,000 acres (28 km2) of riparian woodlands, wetlands and grasslands that host a diversity of wildlife native to ... The Refuge is situated where three major rivers (San Joaquin, Tuolumne and Stanislaus) join providing a key travel corridor for wildlife ... It is estimated that 95 percent of the San Joaquin Valley’s riparian woodlands were lost during the last century due to changing land uses however, this refuge is in the ...
San Joaquin Daylight
... The San Joaquin Daylight was a Southern Pacific passenger train (train numbers 51 and 52) inaugurated between Los Angeles and Oakland Pier by way of the San Joaquin Valley and Tehachapi Pass on July 4, 1941 ...
San Joaquín, Santander
... San Joaquín is a town and municipality in the Santander Department in northeastern Colombia ... Piedecuesta Pinchote Puente Nacional Puerto Parra Puerto Wilches Rionegro Sabana de Torres San Andrés San Benito San Gil San Joaquín San José de Suaita San Jos ...
San Diego Creek - San Joaquin Marsh
... The San Joaquin Marsh is a long and narrow, approximately 500-acre (2.0 km2) man-made wetland that occupies the lower 1.4 miles (2.3 km) of the San Diego ... fed by polluted water, the marsh also functions as an important facility to treat San Diego Creek water before discharging into the bay ... Before the 1950s and 1960s, San Diego Creek had followed a much shorter, channelized course to the bay, leaving the marsh without a source of water ...

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