The field has been home to a feral cat colony since approximately 1985,  which may have been at the park before the current stadium opened in 1926.  There are an estimated 12–19 cats in the colony,  referred to as "living rat traps".  After a construction worker killed a feral cat in 2000,  the park enlisted the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon to assist the animals during construction efforts and to run a trap-neuter-return program.  The cats are discussed in Chuck Palahniuk 's travelogue of Portland, Fugitives and Refugees .  
Providence Canyon State Outdoor Recreation Area is a 1,003 acres ( km 2 ; sq mi) state park located in Stewart County in southwest Georgia .  The park contains Providence Canyon, which is sometimes called Georgia's "Little Grand Canyon". It is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia . Providence Canyon actually is not a purely natural feature — the massive gullies (the deepest being 150 feet) were caused by erosion due to poor farming practices in the 19th century. It is also home to the very rare plumleaf azalea .