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Old 11-29-2010, 12:12 PM
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Default A Few Remaining Flowers at Pt. Reyes

If you are feeling a need to see a few flowers in the wild. There are still some plants in bloom at Abbotts Lagoon. Look in the sandy areas just past the wooden bridge crossing the lagoon.
Plant List for 11/25/10: Gum Plant, Sea Rocket, Beach Morning and Glory Beach Dandelion were the main plants in bloom. There were also a few yellow shrub lupines with flowers and a few dreaded ice plants in bloom.
Birds on the other hand were quite plentiful. I posted a few photos and a bird list on my blog at http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...rkey-vultures/

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