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[[File:S&A 1922 pg. 41b.jpg|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Orizaba Flats looking east. Feed conditions typical of areas on which sheep range freely. <br> Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922</center>]]


<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Orizaba Flats, Santa Cruz Island'''</span> is located on the island’s north coast between Orizaba Canyon to the west and Twin Harbors to the east. Olson’s Cave, located on the Orizaba Flats, contains modest Chumash rock art, however the best example to be found on Santa Cruz Island. The named offshore rock, Orizaba Rock, lies at the entrance to Orizaba Cove on the west end of the Flats.
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Orizaba Flats, Santa Cruz Island'''</span> is located on the island’s north coast between Orizaba Canyon to the west and Twin Harbors to the east. Olson’s Cave, located on the Orizaba Flats, contains modest Chumash rock art, however the best example to be found on Santa Cruz Island. The named offshore rock, Orizaba Rock, lies at the entrance to Orizaba Cove on the west end of the Flats.

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Orizaba Flats looking east. Feed conditions typical of areas on which sheep range freely.
Santa Cruz Island, Symmes, 1922


Orizaba Flats, Santa Cruz Island is located on the island’s north coast between Orizaba Canyon to the west and Twin Harbors to the east. Olson’s Cave, located on the Orizaba Flats, contains modest Chumash rock art, however the best example to be found on Santa Cruz Island. The named offshore rock, Orizaba Rock, lies at the entrance to Orizaba Cove on the west end of the Flats.