Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 7, 2020

Diamond Valley Lake Wildflower Trail Opens

Business Wire reports

With spring around the corner, wildflowers are blooming at Diamond Valley Lake, prompting the opening of the popular Wildflower Trail this weekend.

Following a dry January and February, experts predict this year’s bloom won’t compare to the spectacular wildflower showings in 2019 and 2017, which attracted thousands of visitors to The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s 4.5-mile-long drinking water reservoir in southwest Riverside County.

“The hills are green and you can expect to see a good variety of wildflowers, but they won’t cover the hillsides as they did during previous years when we got a lot of winter rains,” wildlife biologist William Wagner said. “But as it warms up, we will see some butterflies at the peak of the Wildflower Trail.”

Read more Diamond Valley Lake’s Wildflower Trail Opens to Public

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