Rocky Outcrop

Ortega St. & 14th Ave.
San Francisco
CA 94122

Rocky Outcrop

Park/Recreation AreaPublic Space/SquareScenic Vista

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This steep, rocky park has beautiful examples of Franciscan chert. The rocks are home to a variety of plants, including two native succulents, dudleya and stonecrop. Stonecrop is the host plant for the San Bruno elfin butterfly, a federally listed endangered species. Rock Outcrop is a small park, but it offers habitat for a variety of wildlife.

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THIS SPOT IS UNIQUE IN ALL OF SF..

IT IS STRAIGHT OUTTA JURASSIC PARK...

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THIS SPOT IS UNIQUE IN ALL OF SF..

IT IS STRAIGHT OUTTA JURASSIC PARK...

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I POSTED THE JURASSIC PARK COMMENT.

JACK BARRY.
JACKBARRY99@GMAIL.COM
(THERE SHOULD BE A PLACE TO SIGN-IN.)

PS: SEE : WWW.SHARPSF.COM FOR MORE ON THIS ONE.

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