Northern CA and the Northwest
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2017 Northern California And the Northwest
March 13, 2017 Mark Reports: Tuolumne County foothills between the Stanislaus River and Yosemite are just starting. Table Mountain is beginning to bloom at the lower elevations near Knights Ferry. Red Hills are spotty with only a few hillsides starting to turn yellow. Deep in the river canyons Shooting Star, Saxifrage, Pacific Hounds Tongue and the endemic Tuolumne Fawn Lilly are blooming.
Jan 1, 2017 DUSA reports: More rain in northern California and Oregon this weekend good start for the upcoming wildflower season.
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