Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 20, 2017

Mt. Tamalpais Calypso Orchids 3/19/17

The Marin CNPS Facebook page reports

Loop hike on Mt. Tam and saw — no exaggeration — thousands of Calypso Orchids. Is this normal? They were ALL OVER the sides of Laurel Dell Fire Road near Potrero Meadow. I’m not kidding when I say thousands. I went from Rock Springs Parking Lot, on Simmons Trail to Barth’s Retreat, then Laurel Dell FR to Bernstein.

See photos at (5) Marin Native Plants

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 20, 2017

Hungry Valley Wildflowers 3/19/17

Hungry Valley OHV has ist first Wildflower report of the season

Flowers in the park are barely starting, but enjoy the view as you drive to the park with the splashes of yellow coreopsis and fiddleneck in Tejon Pass. Poppies are scarce here, right now, but are reported to be showing color along Highway 138 toward the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve near Lancaster.

Within the park, the area around Meadows trail has a light pinkish purple groundcover of filaree, and goldfields and golden bush are starting to show in places along Schmidt Ranch road. The manzanita bushes are covered with pinkish white blossoms along the Oak Grove hiking trail.

Take a drive along the frontage road between Smokey Bear Rd and Gorman to see Joshua trees in bloom. Further north are patches of pale purple phacelia among the yellow valley sunflowers and fiddleneck. The white flowers of the wild cucumber vine sprawl in spots and glow in the morning light.

Also, along the frontage road are bladderpod bushes, showy with their yellow blossoms, and the bush lupine is starting to bloom with their fragrant deep purple flowers.

Please remember that the warm weather that brings out the flowers also brings out the snakes; walk carefully to avoid stepping on flowers, and snakes! Though rattlesnakes are dangerous, they are rarely deadly; however, please keep your distance and let them go on their way.

The flowers should really be popping out over the next few weeks so plan your trip to Hungry Valley now!

See photos at  Wildflowers at Hungry Valley

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 20, 2017

DesertUSA Wildflower Updates 3/20/17

DesertUSA has the following new updates. click on links for reports and photos

March 20, 2017 – The 2017 desert’s super bloom wildflower season is close to its peak in some areas, but there should still be many wildflowers to see for the next few weeks. Joshua Tree NP, Mojave Desert and Anza Borrego DSP have many wildflowers in bloom now. Cactus are starting to bloom. Southern California, Nevada and Arizona are also blooming. Last weekend was very crowded in many areas – during the week is the best time to visit the desert. Reports below.

 

Arizona Deserts

California Deserts

Other Areas

 

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 20, 2017

Protecting Desert Tortoises

As relocation has not been successful in protecting desert tortoises, lasers and non-destructive chemical weapons are being used to deter Ravens from attacking baby tortoises. Read story at To save California desert tortoises from ravens, officials turn to laser guns — and maybe chemical weapons – LA Times

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 19, 2017

Birding Eastshore State Park – Berkeley 3/19/17

Today we went birding at McLaughlin Eastshore State Park in Berkeley, CA. We started by Sea Breeze Cove, went through the Berkeley Meadow and observed the North Cove.  It was low tide and the mudflats in Sea Breeze Cove were very exposed and attractive to shorebirds but much less so to waterbirds. We identified 38 bird species. The seasonal ponds in the meadow continue to be large and had a number of species of waterbirds. Best bird of the day was the Kingfisher on the wires along Virginia Annex.

Click read more to see bird list.

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 19, 2017

Texas Wildflower Updates 3/19/17

Gary Regner Photography reports on his March 19, 2017 – South Texas Scouting Trip

On Saturday, I spent over 10 hours in the car and drove 361 miles scouting areas south of Austin and east and south of San Antonio. The highlight of my day was dinner at Sea Island Shrimp House in San Antonio on the way back. I wish I had better news to report, but the areas I visited had very few wildflowers compared to past years. Many areas were not just below average; they were the WORST I’ve ever seen. Wildflowers were blooming along the roads and in fields, just very few. They ranged from early blooms, to at or near peak. Grasses were high everywhere, at least a foot high, nearly 3 feet in other areas, and already going to seed. Grasses looked like they normally would in late April or early May. Is it still too early? Possibly, but I don’t think so and I don’t plan on revisiting the areas I scouted yesterday based on my experience. It was also very warm (87), which is way above average and concerning as well. Here is a detailed list of the areas I covered:

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 19, 2017

Rockville Trails Wildflowers 03/15/17

from the 2017 Hikes | Solano Land Trust | Flickr

Hiked Rockville Trails on 03/15/17/. Flora viewed included Limnanthes douglasii, Ranunculus, Nemophila meziesii var atomaria, Plagiobthrys fulvous, Mimulus guttatus, Mimulus aurantiacus, Lupinus nanus, Sedella pumila, Trifolium albopurpureum, Trifolium depauperatum, Trifolium wildenovii, Dichelostemma capitatum, Micranthes californica, Castilleja exserta var exserta, Gillia tricolor, Lewisia rediviva, Calindrina menzesii, Collinsia sparsiflora, Lasthenia gracilis, Castilleja affinis. Also reported by SLT staff (Sue Wickham), Harmonia nutans.

Rockville Trails is a property of the Solano Land Trust to find out more about their lands which also include Jepson Prairie go to: http://www.solanolandtrust.org/Index.aspx

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 19, 2017

British Butterfly Killer Convicted

The New York Times reported

The killer, a former body builder, stalked his frail victims at nature reserves, in one case clambering over a locked gate armed with a net, before he chased them down, trapped them and carried them away, dead or alive.

In what prosecutors are calling Britain’s first conviction of its kind, Phillip Cullen, 57, was found guilty this week of capturing, killing and possessing specimens of the Large Blue butterfly, the country’s rarest butterfly, admired for its beauty and expressionist blue wings. Mr. Cullen, who had denied the charges, could face a maximum of six months in prison when he is sentenced next month.

Read full storay at British Police Net a Butterfly Killer, and Now He May Face Jail – The New York Times

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 18, 2017

Regional Parks Botanic Garden Photos 3/18/17

A series of photos taken today at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden in Tilden Park in Berkeley, CA

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 18, 2017

Edgewood Park Wildflower Walks

Edgewood’s serpentine grasslands are renowned throughout California for their lush wildflower carpets and rich biodiversity. You might see dozens of species of flowers on a single walk! Our free walks vary according to what’s in bloom—covering about 3 miles, at a moderate pace, with frequent stops.

In 2017, there are walks every Saturday and Sunday, from March 4  through June 4. Walks begin at 10:00 AM and end around 1:00 PM.

For more information go to: http://www.friendsofedgewood.org/springtime-wildflower-walks

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 18, 2017

Antelope Valley Poppies & Wildflowers 3/17/17

Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve SNR reports

As of March 17th, the poppies have started blooming on the east half of the park! They suddenly exploded into color this week, and can even be seen from across the valley! Due to the late rains, we won’t be getting a solid carpet of poppies across the park but the bloom is already better than we were expecting. It will likely be getting a little better over the next couple of weeks, with the peak spread out over late March/early April.  Rain is in the forecast next week, which will help the bloom last at least through mid April, or longer if it doesn’t get too hot.

Note that it can be very windy here in the spring. Check the forecast before visiting and dress accordingly. Remember that going off of the trails to walk in the poppies crushes the plants and can result in a ticket (unless they’re growing on the official trails, and it can’t be avoided). No dogs, bikes, drones, or picking flowers.

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 18, 2017

The Giant Tortoise Who Saved His Species

The New York Times reported on a Giant Tortoise who helped save his species due to his high sex drive. While other males were refusing to mate in captivity this wasn’t an issue for one who was named Diego

Diego has fathered hundreds of progeny — 350 by conservative counts, some 800 by more imaginative estimates. Whatever the figure, it is welcome news for his species, Chelonoidis hoodensis, which was stumbling toward extinction in the 1970s. Barely more than a dozen of his kin were left then, most of them female.

Read story Meet Diego, the Centenarian Whose Sex Drive Saved His Species – The New York Times

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 17, 2017

Trump Administration Attack On Bald Eagles

The Guardian reports

The national bird is threatened by toxic bullets that wind up in the animals it eats, but the Trump administration overturned a rule to stop it.

Read story at Bald eagles: scientists decry overturn of ban that would save American symbol | Environment | The Guardian

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 17, 2017

Anza-Borrego Desert Updates 3/17/17 – Updated

Post has been updated to include reports from Anza-Borrego Wildflowers

Updates from Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association and Anza-Borrego State Park for 3/17/17. Much is repeated from previous reports but included so you can see what is current as of today.

Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association  reports

The bloom is excellent right now in numerous locations around the Borrego Valley and adjoining washes, having expanded over the last few days, and is now more extensive than last weekend.  The end of DiGiorgio Road and Coyote Canyon are now in full bloom, dune evening primrose, verbena, Arizona lupine, and bright yellow desert dandelions. There are plenty of flowers right around the end of the asphalt in that location, and there is good parking there too, but flowers are at their best a couple of miles in.  This is an area that will be congested, particularly on weekends,  as lots of people head to Anza-Borrego to see the flowers, so try to get here early.  Further to the east, the area north and south of Henderson Canyon Road is in full bloom as well, dominated by a large field of desert sunflowers, with sand verbena and dune evening primrose along the edges.  That area offers lots of roadside parking and the fields of desert sunflower are going strong. 

Most of the washes and side canyons that border the Borrego Valley are now in bloom.  The mouth of Henderson Canyon, at the northern end of Borrego Valley Road, is a good spot to park and walk through the fields of scattered white, purple, yellow, and blue flowers.  Fred Melgert reports that Hawk Canyon, off of Highway 78 on the way to Ocotillo Wells, is in bloom,  with Arizona Lupine, Desert Sand Verbena, and Bigelow’s monkey flower.

Ocotillo Wells SVRA says “If you are looking for a drive-by flower gazing opportunity, look no further than Pole Line Road. Sheltered draws on the west side of the road between Wide Open Spaces and Gas Domes Trail still support crowds of desert lily, some nearly two feet tall.”

This will be a “rolling bloom”; different areas, different species, different elevations, as things come into bloom; cacti, shrubs, ocotillo are not in bloom yet.  The “Ocotillo forest” area along Borrego Springs road, south of Tilting T, will be spectacular when it comes into bloom, easily viewed from the roadside and that will likely happen in the next week. The entire area is very green with the nearby dune covered in yellow desert dandelions.    It’s also important to know that the best flower viewing is in the morning.  Many flowers close up during the heat of the day.  

There was very heavy traffic coming into Borrego Springs over last weekend, particularly on S22 coming through Ranchita and down Montezuma Grade.  We expect the coming weekend to be similar. Visiting on weekdays is a good idea if possible.

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Anza-Borrego State Park reports on 3/17/17

A heat wave through the weekend means visitors should wear sun protection and drink lots of water!

As expected, plentiful rains in December, January AND February have encouraged the development of a spectacular showing of annual plants in the flower fields north of town, along trails in western canyons, and even in the badlands. Roadsides in town are a great place to see fields of Desert Dandelions. A good route to follow is:

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 17, 2017

Southern California Wildflower Reports 3/17/17

Theodore Payne Foundation posted its weekly wildflower report . It includes

  • Anza-Borrego
  • Figueroa Mt.
  • Antelope Valley
  • San Jacinto Valley
  • Charmlee Wilderness Park in Santa Monica Mts.
  • Diamond Valley
  • Amboy Crater
  • Placerita Canyon Natural Area
  • Antelope Valley
  • Joshua Tree
  • Box Springs Rd. and Painted Canyon
  • Ford Dry Lake, Cotton Wood Springs, Red Cloud Rd.
  • Environmental Nature Center in Newport Beach
  • Elizabeth Learning Center in Cudahy

See report at: http://theodorepayne.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/MARCH-10web.pdf

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 17, 2017

Why Does the Booby Have Blue Feet?

The New York Times has an article including a courtship video and photos that talks about why the Blue-footed Booby has such blue feet and their role in mating. They are also very impressive hunters as well. Read story, see video and photos at  On Galápagos, Revealing the Blue-Footed Booby’s True Colors – The New York Times

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 17, 2017

Texas Wildflower and Bluebonnet Sightings Report 3/17/17

Gary Regner Photography reports

A week of sunshine and warm temperatures has brought wildflowers out of their winter slumber and into a growth spurt. Reports are now coming in from all over Texas of annual wildflowers beginning to bloom. It is early, but fields of blooms are popping up, and looking better every day. Best reports so far are coming from south and east of San Antonio (based on photographic evidence).

In the Austin area, bluebonnets and paintbrush have now begun to bloom in fields, pastures and vacant lots, albeit early. This weekend I’ll be scouting a large swath of south central Texas, and will have a report early next week.

 

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 16, 2017

DesertUSA Wildflower Updates 3/17/17

DesertUSA  Wildflower overviews and links to reports and photos for  March 17, 2017 

The 2017 desert’s super bloom wildflower season is close to its peak in some areas, but there should still be many wildflowers to see for the next few weeks. Joshua Tree NP, Mojave Desert and Anza Borrego DSP have many wildflowers in bloom now. Some cactus are starting to bloom. Southern California, Nevada and Arizona are also blooming. Weekends are very crowded – during the week is the best time to visit the desert. Reports below.

Note: Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year in the desert, but it can also be a time for caution. Rattlesnakes lie dormant during the cold fall and winter months and awaken from hibernation in the warm months of March and April. Another reason to stay on the trails. More…

 

DESERT WILDFLOWER UPDATES BY STATE AND PARKS

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Here is the most current visitor information from Anza-Borrego State Park

Due to the extremely large number of visitors to Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, Borrego Springs is experiencing heavy traffic congestion, so please expect traffic delays and long waits for parking.  Please be patient.  We encourage visitors to come early or later rather than midday.

Also, due to the large amount of visitors to Borrego Springs, cellular data may not be available.

Parking Information

Parking at Borrego Palm Canyon is limited.  Vehicles will be restricted to occupying one parking space.  There will be limited parking for oversized vehicle at the Visitor Center 2nd parking lot.  People with RVs, trailers, and other oversized vehicles are encouraged to plan for limited parking.

A heat wave through the weekend means visitors should wear sun protection and drink lots of water!

As expected, plentiful rains in December, January AND February have encouraged the development of a spectacular showing of annual plants in the flower fields north of town, along trails in western canyons, and even in the badlands. Roadsides in town are a great place to see fields of Desert Dandelions. A good route to follow is:

  • North on Borrego Springs Road from Christmas Circle in the middle of town
  • Look at flowers at the north end, then turn right onto Henderson Canyon Road
  • Travel the length of the road east to the flower fields
  • Turn right on S-22, which will bring you back into town

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 16, 2017

Wild in Arizona 3/16/17

Wild in Arizona reports

  • Bartlett Lake is in the peak of a poppy bloom now and is the best showing in a decade. Lupine are a foot tall on the high slopes and lots of other wildflowers to fill in the open spaces. Thats not the good news Bartlett is 1-2 weeks away from an epic Brittlebush bloom. If we get rain we could see a 1998 double bloom the hillsides will be covered in gold and yellow with some red chuparosa.Try Horseshoe Lake if you want to miss the crowds the hillsides on the west side of the road are looking good.
  • The Rolls bloom is good but the area has been invaded by ORV’s cutting down fences.There is a good Orange Globe Mallow carpets west of Gila Bend along the river.Just received a getting close to dune blooms report on Mohawk dunes.
  • Lake Pleasant is also having a once a decade bloom follow the directions in our book
  • White Tanks are getting ready for the brittlebush bloom
  • The Gibraltar’s is Peak now and best in the past 15 years
  • Tres Alamos I have not seen it but reports of Joshua trees blooming.

See photos  and full report at Wild in Arizona

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 16, 2017

Monterey County Wildflowers 

The Monterey Herald reports on Monterey County Wildflowers. They mention that the county has the largest flora in the state and suggests Toro Park and Garland Ranch Regional Park has wildflower hotspots to checkout this year. Read full article at  Colorful wildflower season expected

ScienceDaily reports the impact of climate change on mammals and birds has been ‘greatly underestimated’ .

Large numbers of threatened species have already been impacted by climate change, new research concludes. Alarmingly, this team of international researchers found evidence of observed responses to recent climate changes in almost 700 birds and mammal species.

Read full article at Impact of climate change on mammals and birds ‘greatly underestimated’ — ScienceDaily

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 15, 2017

Fresno Blossom Trail 3/15/17

Blossom Trail Update reports on the Fresno Blossom trail on March 15, 2017

The blossom trail season is beginning to wind down. Great weather right now and still blossoms to see, but some blooms are beginning to fall.

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 15, 2017

Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers Update 3/15/17

Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association daily report of 3/15/17

The bloom is excellent now in numerous locations around the Borrego valley.    The end of DiGiorgio Road and Coyote Canyon beyond are now in full bloom. There are plenty of flowers right around the end of the asphalt in that location but flowers are at their best a couple of miles in. The road is in excellent shape but this is an area that will likely be congested over this next weekend as lots of people head to Anza-Borrego to see the flowers, so try to get here early.  Further to the east, the area north and south of Henderson Canyon Road is in full bloom as well, dominated by a large field of desert sunflowers, with sand verbena and dune evening primrose along the edges.

This will be a “rolling bloom”; different areas, different species, different elevations, as things come into bloom; cacti, shrubs, ocotillo are not in bloom yet.  The “Ocotillo forest” area along Borrego Springs road, south of Tilting T, will be spectacular when it comes into bloom, easily viewed from the roadside and that will likely happen in the next week. The entire area is very green.  It’s also important to know that the best flower viewing is in the morning.  Many flowers close up during the heat of the day.  

There was very heavy traffic coming into Borrego Springs over last weekend, particularly on S22 coming through Ranchita and down Montezuma Grade.  We expect the coming weekend to be similar. Visiting on weekdays is a good idea if possible.  Free flower maps are available in ABDNHA’s Nature Center, 652 Palm Canyon Drive.  We update the maps daily as reports come in.

Join us on Facebook:  BorregoInSpringtime and share your desert pictures.

See photos at Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers Update

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 15, 2017

Figueroa Mountain Wildflowers 3/15/17

 submitted by Helen Tarbet Recreation Technician Los Padres National Forest

Figueroa Mountain Wildflower Update – First Update of the 2017 Season

Greetings and happy almost spring! Welcome to the 2017 wildflower season! Because of the much needed rain and the colder weather on Figueroa Mountain, the wildflowers are getting a late start. This is very common for a wet year. With this said, while the wildflowers are starting to bloom, there really aren’t that many yet, but finally enough for a short report. Keep in mind that most of the wildflower that are currently blooming are in the lower elevation, below 3,000 feet, with the exception of the south facing slopes, which get the sun shine most of the day.

A friendly reminder before we begin. When you stop to look and take pictures of all the beauties, please make sure that you park on the shoulder of the road and not on the road itself. If there isn’t a place to stop, find a turn-out and walk back to the area. Please do not block the road at any time as this will be enforced.

Ready to start our tour? Let’s go!

Starting at the first cattle guard, shiny buttercups, milk maids, blue dicks, delightful fiesta flowers, fiddlenecks, Johnny jump-ups, fillaree and miners lettuce are in bloom. In fact, I even spied a lomatium, 2 lupine and golden yarrow hiding among the tall grass. These same flowers can be spotted all the way through to the enchanting tree canopy area, only add popcorn flowers to this lovely mix.

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 15, 2017

We Are Wired To Be Outside

National Geographic has an article about a project developed in the U.K. by a happiness researcher called George MacKerron. It tries to capture in real-time what people are doing and how it makes them feel. One finding was that people are very happy when they are outside. Neuroscience is demonstrating therapeutic effects of nature. Read article at : We Are Wired To Be Outside

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 14, 2017

Carrizo Plain Wildflowers 3/14/17

Where to photograph in California – Yahoo Groups (Calphoto) has the following report for Carrizo Plain

This past Sunday, the center of the monument has large displays of goldfields and a few large displays of tidy tips. I’m guessing peak bloom should be last week of March and first week of April. Your best bet is to call the Goodwin visitors center for updates on current and future bloom status.

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 14, 2017

Desert Wildflower Reports – DesertUSA

DesertUSA has new reports tonight for

  • Lake Elsinore/Walker Canyon
  • Diamond Valley
  • Joshua Tree
  • Soboba Road
  • Anza-Borrego

See photos and reports at  Desert Wildflower Reports – DesertUSA

Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 14, 2017

More Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers Updates 3/14/17

Anza-Borrego Desert Natural History Association reports

The bloom is excellent now in numerous locations.    If you are headed into town and want to see flowers from your car, with a little bit of walking, Henderson Canyon Road, in the vicinity of Pegleg, (junction of Henderson County Road and S22) is a good and easy spot to reach right now and access is good, with lots of parking along the roadsides.  This will be a “rolling bloom”; different areas, different species, different elevations, as things come into bloom; cacti, shrubs, ocotillo are not in bloom yet.  The “Ocotillo forest” area along Borrego Springs road, south of Tilting T, will be spectacular when it comes into bloom, easily viewed from the roadside and that will likely happen in the next week. The entire area is very green.  It’s also important to know that the best flower viewing is in the morning.  Many flowers close up during the heat of the day.  There was very heavy traffic coming into Borrego Springs over last weekend, particularly on S22 coming through Ranchita and down Montezuma Grade.  We expect next weekend to be similar. Visiting on weekdays is a good idea if possible.  Free flower maps are available in ABDNHA’s Nature Center, 652 Palm Canyon Drive.  We update the maps daily as reports come in.

See photos at Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers Update

Tom Chester’s Anza-Borrego Desert Wildflowers 

3/14/17It’s warm again but we have to check out the flowers around Clark Dry lake. One of our goals was to find Desert lupine, Lupinus shockleyi in bloom and map the plants along our route. We shortened our route, but it still took us 4 1/2 hours to complete our trip. The first part over the dry lake is rather barren, but with oasis of flowering plants.

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Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 14, 2017

Anza-Borrego Wildflower and Visit Update 3/14/17

DesertUSA reports

Coyote Canyon is the best, but it’s a dirt road and one-lane in many sections. Traffic there was an absolute mess this weekend, with groups of as many as 15 cars at a time trying to snake their way up the road past oncoming traffic threads and cars parked along the shoulders or even worse, in the road. See it if you must, but please be a thoughtful and patient visitor. Don’t park on the road, don’t speed and raise dust, don’t yell or honk at others and do be polite. Henderson Canyon Road is good from the S22-Peg Leg junction west. Peg Leg has decent patches, but DiGiorgio is nothing like it once was.

As for the visitors center, when the parking lot there fills up, they direct traffic to the Borrego Palm Canyon trail and campground area, which has a $9 charge and is a half mile walk away [in the heat]. Fine if you want to hike that trail, not so fine otherwise. There are good flowers in the hills and washes behind the visitors center, with some cacti blooming, too, but not as thick as Coyote Canyon Road or Henderson.

Anza-Borrego picnic tip: there’s not a lot of shade outside of town, but if you park along the south side of Henderson Canyon Road between DiGiorgio and Borrego Valley Road, there’s shade from the trees.

Road to visitor center closed due to number of visitors on 3/13/17. They provide maps in town for viewing areas.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park reports: If you can’t get near the Visitor Center because you didn’t leave home before dark, you can print out a park map and directions to flower areas here: http://www.parks.ca.gov/…/Flower%20Map%20Entire%20Park%20Ma…
Have a great visit to Anza-Borrego Desert State Pa

Read more: http://www.desertusa.com/wildflo/ca_abdsp.html#ixzz4bKvOFzoV

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