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Hinebaugh Creek

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Hinebaugh Creek

Hinebaugh Creek
Hinebaugh Creek after a storm.
Country United States
State California
Region Sonoma County
 - right Crane Creek
City Rohnert Park, California
 - location east of Rohnert Park, California
Mouth Laguna de Santa Rosa
 - location west of Rohnert Park, California
 - elevation 85 ft (26 m) [1]
 - coordinates 21|0|N|122|43|56|W|type:river_region:US-CA name=

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Hinebaugh Creek (Latitude: 38.35; Longitude:-122.73) is a westward-flowing stream in western Sonoma County within the Laguna de Santa Rosa watershed.[2] As this watercourse proceeds westerly through the city of Rohnert Park, it has largely been channelized and courses in an artificially straight alignment.[3] Considered waters of the United States as a jurisdictional matter, Hinebaugh Creek is potential habitat for the California red-legged frog and the Western pond turtle. The dominant riparian vegetation is Himalayan blackberry and willow.[4]

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