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Sunday, May 22, 2011

Wildflowers are spectacular now - here's proof at Salt Point State Park!

The late rains have given the Mendonoma Coast a fantastic wildflower season. Wild rhododendrons and azaleas continue to bloom in abundance though today's wind won't be kind to them. Salt Point State Park is in Sonoma County is one of my favorite parks. It spans many miles on both sides of Highway One. (Note to our elected leaders: To have this or any state park closed is a travesty.) John Sperry kindly allowed me to share his photo of the wildflowers now blooming on the bluffs.


Frank Drouillard said...

Comment: Support AB42 (Huffman), which will allow non-profits to operate parks under state oversight.

Question: When is Havens Neck Preserve going to host another walk open to the public?

Jeanne Jackson said...

I agree with AB42. Volunteers should be allowed to help too.

I'll have to check out the youtube video you referenced, Frank. I'd love to see the Haven's Neck Preserve.