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 Tryon Creek, OR 
All along the trails in Tryon Creek State park, Licorice Ferns grow happily on trees in areas with plenty of rainfall.
All along the trails in Tryon Creek State park, Licorice Ferns grow happily on trees in areas with plenty of rainfall.
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Tryon Creek flows through the park.
Tryon Creek flows through the park.
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Tryon Creek flowing through the green forest and moss covered trees.
Tryon Creek flowing through the green forest and moss covered trees.
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Trillium bloom in abundance in Tryon Creek State park in the early spring.
Trillium bloom in abundance in Tryon Creek State park in the early spring.
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Trillium bloom in abundance in Tryon Creek State park in the early spring.
Trillium bloom in abundance in Tryon Creek State park in the early spring.
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Moss covered sign for Cedar Hiking Trail. I wonder how often the moss has to be scraped off.
Moss covered sign for Cedar Hiking Trail. I wonder how often the moss has to be scraped off.
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This picture shows the start of Cedar Hiking Trail. It is the small trail past the two posts. You can see it winding gently uphill away from the horse trail.
This picture shows the start of Cedar Hiking Trail. It is the small trail past the two posts. You can see it winding gently uphill away from the horse trail.
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There are several patches of Skunk Cabbage in the Park. This one is along Cedar Hiking Trail.
There are several patches of Skunk Cabbage in the Park. This one is along Cedar Hiking Trail.
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A nice pair of Trillium bloom along the Cedar Hiking  Trail.
A nice pair of Trillium bloom along the Cedar Hiking Trail.
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Standing on Bunk Bridge provides a sweet view of Park Creek. The sounds here are a treat for your ears and the soft greens of the moss and plants a soothing palette for your eyes.
Standing on Bunk Bridge provides a sweet view of Park Creek. The sounds here are a treat for your ears and the soft greens of the moss and plants a soothing palette for your eyes.
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Salmonberries bloom early spring and abound in Tryon Creek State Park.
Salmonberries bloom early spring and abound in Tryon Creek State Park.
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This is the only wildlife I was able to take a picture of at the park.
This is the only wildlife I was able to take a picture of at the park.
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Tryon Creek from as seen from the Red Fox Bridge. This bridge is in the southern part of the park. I think the water may be cloudy from recent rains.
Tryon Creek from as seen from the Red Fox Bridge. This bridge is in the southern part of the park. I think the water may be cloudy from recent rains.
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A view of the forest from one of the overlooks on the Trillium Trail in Tryon Creek State Park.
A view of the forest from one of the overlooks on the Trillium Trail in Tryon Creek State Park.
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A clump of Trillium blooms amidst a meadow of Coltsfoot along the Trillium Trail in Tryon Creek State Park.
A clump of Trillium blooms amidst a meadow of Coltsfoot along the Trillium Trail in Tryon Creek State Park.
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Here are several native plants along the Trillium Trail. Yellow violets, Stinging Nettle and Coltsfoot mostly fill the picture.
Here are several native plants along the Trillium Trail. Yellow violets, Stinging Nettle and Coltsfoot mostly fill the picture.
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Woodpeckers have been busy here looking for bugs to eat in this rotten tree trunk near the parking lot. Look for other snags in the park that have been used by the woodpeckers.
Woodpeckers have been busy here looking for bugs to eat in this rotten tree trunk near the parking lot. Look for other snags in the park that have been used by the woodpeckers.
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