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This is a mature dwarf woolly meadowfoam after it has blossomed.
We monitored plant communities, which involved challenging grass identification.
The crew on top of Lower Table Rock after a long, steep hike.
A blanket of camas along the trail.
A young amateur botanist that we met. He enthusiastically pointed out flowers to his mom!
A remaining vernal pool at Lower Table Rock. A home to dwarf woolly meadowfoam as well as fairy shrimp, frogs, and diving beetles!
We saw evidence of elk grazing on wild onion and other plants.
A spectacular view of Mount McLoughlin from Upper Table Rock.