Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 26, 2019

Carson Pass Wildflowers 7/25/19

 Carson Pass Information Station  reports

  • Western blue flag, Iris missouriensis, in the meadow at the top of the Meiss hike near Carson Pass. The peak bloom is over, but there are still a lot of Iris blooming. And LOTS of wildflowers on the hike up.
  • “I hiked the Thornburg Canyon Trail today with a friend and was thrilled by the youthfulness of the trail itself and the plethora of wildflowers!”
  • Wildflower Walk with Docent Larry Moore. July 29, 9:30-12. Bring water. Binoculars optional for Birding as well. Limit 15. sorry no dogs. Call The Station to book this guided walk: 209-258-8606.
  • Meet the trees of Carson Pass with Mike Mahoney, July 30, 10-12. Join a guided walk to meet the seven conifers that thrive at 8,500′ and above. Walks are free but donations welcome. Limit 12. Dogs on leash ok. Call The Station to sign up: 209-258-8606

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