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Coyote Hills Regional Park

Coyote Hills Regional Park

On Sunday D. and I visited the Meadowlark Trail at Coyote Hills Regional Park, and here are some of the pics I took.

Looking across South Marsh to one of the hills.

A white-tailed kite perches on a tree next to the marsh.

Looking up and down the Meadowlark Trail.

As we ascend the Meadowlark Trail, we garin a view of San Francisco Bay to the east.

The hills are turning brown and the dead grasses are turning into tinder.

A turkey vulture patrols the hillside.

There used to be a Nike missile site on one of those hilltops during the Cold War.

A view to the northeast.

An East Bay Regional Park District helicopter circles the hillside a couple of time, then flies off to the north.

A trio of white pelicans flies overhead.

Sheep at work!

The sheep drawn on the sign has googly eyes.

Sheep at work!

Tags: bird, coyote hills regional park, field trip, fremont, pelican, plane, sheep, sign, turkey vulture

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