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Old 06-17-2004, 11:39 AM
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From: carlynh2000@aol.com
Date: 02/26/01
Time: 06:11 PM


i need to know of resourse material about ring mountain native plants on paradise drive and if anyone is doing guided wildflower walks there?
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From: mazer
Date: 03/17/01
Time: 04:57 PM


I dont know if anyone is leading tours. Check with Marin County Open Space District, they might be leading tours. As far as wildflower information, sometimes a brochure is available at the trailhead, sometimes not. I have hiked there numerous times and might be able to assist you in that area.
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From: nfrlprdpr@yahoo.com - mazer
Date: 03/28/01
Time: 05:00 PM


I was at Ring Mountain today. Lots in bloom. To see a detailed list check out my posting at www.calphoto.com and click on the wildflower hotsheet.
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