Wildflower Festival at Sunol Regional Wilderness
Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 9:53PM
Adam Bad Wound in Biodiversity, Citizen Science, Communities, Conservation and Preservation, Environment, Health and Wellness, Hikes, Parks, Public Lands, Regional, Wilderness, iNaturalist

Little Yosemite

This weekend, I attend the Spring Wildflower Festival at Sunol Regional Wilderness. Activities included naturalist-led hikes, crafts, music, and nature activities. I was super excited for the ethnobotany hike, but unfortunately, I didn't make it to the site in time. There's always next year!

I posted several observations on iNaturalist that I came across on the Little Yosemite and McCorkle Trails. Special thanks to the East Bay Parks Regional District for the fun afternoon!

Here are three highlights from the day:

Castilleja exserta

Suborder Sauria

McCorkle Trail

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