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Five Habitats of San Diego

There are five major habitats in San Diego and all can be discovered at Mission Trail Regional Park. These habitats are defined by specific indicator species such as Willow trees that are associated with Riparian habitat. The other four habitats are Oak Woodland, Grasslands, Chaparral, and Coastal Sage Scrub. Each of these habitats represent a diverse plant community with unique characteristics and functions that when combined create a complex ecosystem of plants, animals, and insects. Discover a habitat near you.

ęCity of San Diego, Parks & Recreation Department

Produced, filmed and edited by Jim Karnik Films
Production Co-ordinator - Sue Pelley
Funding for this Wild Web Film was provided by

City of San Diego, Parks & Recreation Department


City of San Diego Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division

 Copyright 2010 Jim Karnik Films