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Calero County Park, Part 2

Calero County Park, Part 2


Here's Part 2 of my visit to Calero County Park (part 1 here).


A bee exits a California buttercup.





Butterfly belly.





The Figueroa Trail next to Calero Creek is woodsy and shady.





Johnny Jump-ups in a sunny meadow.





Leptosiphon.





Blue dicks is a pretty flower with a peculiar name (but it is easier to pronounce than Dichelostemma capitatum).





A grassy field below the ridge, where we had to turn around.





A fly visits a California poppy.





Bee on peppergrass.





Ponies are led to Calero Creek for a drink.





The gate is open; no horses loose at this time.




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Tags: bee, butterfly, calero, field trip, flower, fly, horse, insect, native wildflower, san jose, sign
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