Comments: The mouth of the canyon is privately owned and mined and is mostly destroyed (for mining of the granite). The canyon walls near the Angeles National Forest boundary have been removed and habitat is lost there. However, further into the canyon, the ownership is the Angeles National Forest and there are few threats. Some hiking occurs here and there could be some threat of collection, erosion or other recreational use. Threats are thought to be low at this time.
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