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Old 03-28-2010, 10:36 AM
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Default Bear Valley (Colusa County) wildflower hotspot

Wildflower blooms in Bear Valley were just beginning when we visited on 20march2010. Bear Valley map & trip report. BRT Bear Valley wildflower photos. I'm planning to return a few more times in April & May to see the peak bloom and the late-blooming species.
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Old 05-14-2011, 02:37 PM
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Default Bear Valley to Walker Ridge,via Brim Road May 2011

The flowers coloring the flatlands are not so obviously abundant in Bear Valley as in 2010, but still worth a visit.

The ascent to Walker Ridge via Brim Road boasts an impressive stand of snowdrop bush, Styrax redivivus, and flowering ash, Fraxinus dipetala.
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