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Wildflowers of California : a Month-by-Month Guide, (electronic resource)

Label
Wildflowers of California : a Month-by-Month Guide
Title
Wildflowers of California
Title remainder
a Month-by-Month Guide
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
In this photograph-driven field guide to California's spectacular wildflowers, Laird R. Blackwell expertly provides several ways to find them in bloom: by month, by place, and by flower. The month-by-month descriptions--found in no other statewide guide--suggest what to see and where to go throughout the state during the blooming season. The author also supplies more than 300 locations arranged in 10 geographical regions, highlighting 67 of his favorite places with detailed driving and walking directions and difficulty, blooming times, and lists of predominant wildflowers as well as a featured f
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Blackwell, Laird R
Dewey number
582.1309794
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Wild flowers
  • Wild flowers
  • California
Label
Wildflowers of California : a Month-by-Month Guide, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
61) Alabama Hills (Lone Pine)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; INTRODUCTION; Wildflower Seasons in California; Purpose and Organization of this Book; When, Where, What, and Wow (How to Use This Book); Using a Month-by-Month Guide--Benefits, Limitations, and Caveats; A Few Last Words; Map of Special Wildflower Places; SPECIAL WILDFLOWER PLACES; Northwest Mountains; 1) Smith River and Siskyou Mountains (Crescent City); 2) Kangaroo Lake Botanical Area (Callahan); 3) Trinity Alps (Weaverville); Coast and Coast Ranges; Northern; 4) Redwood National and State Parks (Orick); 5) Dunes of Arcata (Arcata); 6) Bear Valley (Williams)
  • 7) Boggs Lake (Clear Lake)8) Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve (Fort Ross); 9) Salt Point State Park (Fort Ross); 10) Bodega Head (Bodega); 11) China Camp State Park (San Pablo Bay); Central and Southern; 12) Ring Mountain (Corte Madeira); 13) Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods (Marin); 14) Mount Diablo (Walnut Creek); 15) San Bruno Mountains (South San Francisco); 16) Edgewood Preserve and Pulgas Ridge Open Area (San Mateo); 17) Pinnacles National Monument (Soledad); 18) SR-58 from Santa Margarita to McKittrick; 19) Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo); 20) Nipomo-Guadalupe Dunes (Guadalupe)
  • 21) Wind Wolves Natural Preserve (Maricopa)22) Santa Rosa Plateau (Murrieta); 23) Torrey Pines State Park (San Diego); Transverse Ranges; 24) Santa Monica Mountains (Malibu); 25) San Gabriel Mountains and San Bernardino Mountains (Los Angeles); Central Valley; 26) Table Mountain (Oroville); 27) Pleasants Valley Road and Mix Canyon Road (Vacaville); 28) Phoenix Park (Sacramento); 29) Jepson Prairie Preserve (Dixon); Foothills of the Sierra; Northern; 30) Buttermilk Bend Trail (Bridgeport); 31) Independence Trail (Nevada City); 32) Drum Powerhouse Road (Dutch Flat)
  • 33) Yankee Jim's Road (Colfax)34) Ponderosa Way and Codfish Falls (Auburn); 35) Pine Hill Ecological Preserve (Placerville); Central and Southern; 36) Electra Road (Jackson); 37) Camp Nine Road (Angel's Camp); 38) Red Hill Road (Chinese Camp); 39) Hite's Cove Trail (El Portal); 40) Kern River Canyon and Walker Pass (Bakersfield); Cascades; 41) Mount Shasta (Mt. Shasta); 42) Lassen National Park (Chester); High Sierra; Northern; 43) Feather River Canyon (SR-70); 44) Butterfly Valley (Quincy); 45) Sierra Buttes and Lakes Basin (Sierra City); 46) Sagehen Creek (Hobart Mills)
  • 47) Castle Peak (Truckee)48) Lake Tahoe Basin; 49) Luther Pass and Grass Lake (SR-89); 50) Carson Pass (SR-88); Central and Southern; 51) Yosemite National Park; 52) Mosquito Flat to Mono Pass Trail (Tom's Place); 53) Onion Valley and Kearsarge Pass in Kings Canyon National Park (Independence); Northeast Corner; 54) Modoc Plateau (Alturas); 55) Warner Mountains (Alturas); East of the Sierra; Northern; 56) Freel Peak (South Lake Tahoe); 57) Monitor Pass (Markleeville); 58) Topaz Lake (Topaz); Central and Southern; 59) Benton area (Benton); 60) White Mountains (Bishop)
Control code
ocn779828968
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (589 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780520951471
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)779828968
Label
Wildflowers of California : a Month-by-Month Guide, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
61) Alabama Hills (Lone Pine)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; INTRODUCTION; Wildflower Seasons in California; Purpose and Organization of this Book; When, Where, What, and Wow (How to Use This Book); Using a Month-by-Month Guide--Benefits, Limitations, and Caveats; A Few Last Words; Map of Special Wildflower Places; SPECIAL WILDFLOWER PLACES; Northwest Mountains; 1) Smith River and Siskyou Mountains (Crescent City); 2) Kangaroo Lake Botanical Area (Callahan); 3) Trinity Alps (Weaverville); Coast and Coast Ranges; Northern; 4) Redwood National and State Parks (Orick); 5) Dunes of Arcata (Arcata); 6) Bear Valley (Williams)
  • 7) Boggs Lake (Clear Lake)8) Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve (Fort Ross); 9) Salt Point State Park (Fort Ross); 10) Bodega Head (Bodega); 11) China Camp State Park (San Pablo Bay); Central and Southern; 12) Ring Mountain (Corte Madeira); 13) Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods (Marin); 14) Mount Diablo (Walnut Creek); 15) San Bruno Mountains (South San Francisco); 16) Edgewood Preserve and Pulgas Ridge Open Area (San Mateo); 17) Pinnacles National Monument (Soledad); 18) SR-58 from Santa Margarita to McKittrick; 19) Carrizo Plain (San Luis Obispo); 20) Nipomo-Guadalupe Dunes (Guadalupe)
  • 21) Wind Wolves Natural Preserve (Maricopa)22) Santa Rosa Plateau (Murrieta); 23) Torrey Pines State Park (San Diego); Transverse Ranges; 24) Santa Monica Mountains (Malibu); 25) San Gabriel Mountains and San Bernardino Mountains (Los Angeles); Central Valley; 26) Table Mountain (Oroville); 27) Pleasants Valley Road and Mix Canyon Road (Vacaville); 28) Phoenix Park (Sacramento); 29) Jepson Prairie Preserve (Dixon); Foothills of the Sierra; Northern; 30) Buttermilk Bend Trail (Bridgeport); 31) Independence Trail (Nevada City); 32) Drum Powerhouse Road (Dutch Flat)
  • 33) Yankee Jim's Road (Colfax)34) Ponderosa Way and Codfish Falls (Auburn); 35) Pine Hill Ecological Preserve (Placerville); Central and Southern; 36) Electra Road (Jackson); 37) Camp Nine Road (Angel's Camp); 38) Red Hill Road (Chinese Camp); 39) Hite's Cove Trail (El Portal); 40) Kern River Canyon and Walker Pass (Bakersfield); Cascades; 41) Mount Shasta (Mt. Shasta); 42) Lassen National Park (Chester); High Sierra; Northern; 43) Feather River Canyon (SR-70); 44) Butterfly Valley (Quincy); 45) Sierra Buttes and Lakes Basin (Sierra City); 46) Sagehen Creek (Hobart Mills)
  • 47) Castle Peak (Truckee)48) Lake Tahoe Basin; 49) Luther Pass and Grass Lake (SR-89); 50) Carson Pass (SR-88); Central and Southern; 51) Yosemite National Park; 52) Mosquito Flat to Mono Pass Trail (Tom's Place); 53) Onion Valley and Kearsarge Pass in Kings Canyon National Park (Independence); Northeast Corner; 54) Modoc Plateau (Alturas); 55) Warner Mountains (Alturas); East of the Sierra; Northern; 56) Freel Peak (South Lake Tahoe); 57) Monitor Pass (Markleeville); 58) Topaz Lake (Topaz); Central and Southern; 59) Benton area (Benton); 60) White Mountains (Bishop)
Control code
ocn779828968
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (589 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780520951471
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)779828968

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