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Old 03-10-2015, 07:36 AM
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Default Desert Wildflowers

I just came back from a trip to Anza-Borrego and Joshua Tree. Anza-Borrego has some areas with very good wildflowers this year, but there is also a large number of Sphinx Moth Caterpillars, who have wiped out the flowers in other areas. Joshua Tree has little in bloom so far as it is early there. Below are links to my blog reports describing what I saw as well as links to photos and a video.

Anza-Borrego flower photos: http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...orrego-photos/

Anza-Borrego video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWsk...ature=youtu.be

Anza-Borrego reports:

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...r-update-3615/

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...rs-birds-3515/

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...and-more-3315/

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...d-report-3215/

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...report-3115-2/

http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...r-report-3115/

Joshua Tree report: http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...status-3715-2/

Gorman Hills:
http://naturalhistorywanderings.com/...distance-3815/

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