Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 21, 2012

Yosemite Area Wildflowers and Waterfalls

Pete Devine’s  Yosemite Nature Notes Blog has a new report that includes wildflowers and waterfall updates for the Yosemite Area

Waterfalls are looking quite good. Sentinel, Royal Arch, Eagle and Ribbon Creeks are all flowing into the river. Horsetail trickles into Wosky Pond.

Flowers in the Merced River Canyon west of the park have been dazzling for the past few weeks: poppies, redbud, birds-eye gilia, caterpillar flower, wallflower, false goldfields, popcorn flower, fiddleneck, cranesbill and dozens of others are still putting on a marvelous show.

Read full report at:

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