Molalla River - Its headwaters are in Clackamas County, in the Table Rock Wilderness, near Table Rock, in the Cascade Range. After descending from the mountains, it becomes a small meandering river, passing through the fertile agricultural region of the Willamette Valley, and flows past the city of Molalla. It is joined by the Pudding shortly before flowing into the Willamette near the city of Canby. Molalla River State Park, where the confluence of the Molalla, Pudding, and Willamette form a floodplain, provides one of the most significant habitats for small mammals and waterfowl in the Willamette Valley, including one of the largest blue heron rookeries in the region.
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