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Date: 4-18-2017 12:36 AM
Subject: Calero County Park, Part 1
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Tags:bird, calero, fence, field trip, flower, horse, native wildflower, pond, san jose
Calero County Park, Part 1

On Saturday D. and I decided to go to Calero County Park to see the wildflowers.  We walked parts of the Los Cerritos and Figueroa Trails before I got too tired and we had to turn around and head back.  Here are some of the pics I took (Part 2 here).

Field mustard is in bud.

Los Cerritos Trail goes through grasslands.

Red-winged blackbirds are nesting near Los Cerritos Pond.

A fence near the pond is a good perch for the blackbirds.

Los Cerritos Pond.

The trail gets too steep for me, so we have to turn around.

Ithuriel's spear.

The view from where we turned around to head down to the Figueroa Trail.

Checkerbloom on the Figueroa Trail, which is flat and follows Calero Creek.

A horse's paddock adjoins the trail.

California buttercup.

Part 2 here.

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