Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 20, 2012

Early Yosemite Fall Color 9/20/12


Today’s post recent posting at  Yosemite Nature Notes Blog: Equinox Arrives included the following fall foliage report:

Yosemite’s weather is still quite warm, but is hinting at autumn. Though mild this week, there has been more frost in high elevation meadows and the bilberry is reddening.-At the foothill edge of the park, redbud leaves are yellowing and poison oak is going bare. Higher up, dogbane and the green Ceanothus are both going yellow. No color yet in maples, cottonwoods or oaks in Yosemite Valley.


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