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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 30, 2013

Early Flowers At UC Botanical Garden 1/30/13

Today I went to the UC Botanical Garden (Berkeley,CA) to see what flowers had started to bloom. I spent just about the whole time in the California Natives section. Species in bloom included Wild Currant, California Poppies, Ceanothus, Manzanita, Silk Tassel, and Pipevine.  Although I focused mainly on flowers today,  I did hear or see bird activity including Stellar’s Jay, American Robin, Bushtit, Anna’s Hummingbird, Scrub Jay, Crow, Hutton’s Vireo and Chestnut-backed Chickadee.

Here are today’s photos

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