Phenology walk: June 3, 2014
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Phenology walk: June 3, 2014

Wildflowers are blooming across the valley, and no flower is more conspicuous than the arrowleaf balsamroot. The valley floor is covered with the yellow blossoms of this asteraceae (sunflower family) plant. Pollinators are also out in full force. The bedstraw hawkmoth is so large that it can be confused with hummingbirds. Lupine has started to … Continue reading