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Old 03-06-2018, 11:09 PM
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Default Indian Warrior/Pedicularis densiflora at Sobrante Ridge

Sobrante Ridge Regional Preserve (SRRP) is a regional park in Contra Costa County, California near Richmond and is part of the East Bay Regional Parks (EBRPD) system. This 277-acre oak/bay parkland preserves the habitat of the extremely rare Alameda manzanita as well as other indigenous plants and animal species. Most of the manzanita was finished blooming and some have even started to turn to fruit. The highlight was the most Indian Warrior/Pedicularis densiflora I have ever seen. They were seen on the Manzanita Loop. See photos at

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