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- There are several signs explaining features of the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.
- An old barn is across the streambed just outside the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.
- Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.
- Lupines blooming in the meadows at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.
- There are two ponds along the lower trail in the Tom McCall Nature Preserve. This is the larger pond and it is at least a couple of acres in size. These ponds are a magnet for birds.
- Poison Oak just leafing out in the spring. Some of the sprigs are in the trail Rowena Plateau Trail.
- One area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.
- There are several nice overlooks of the Columbia River. In most places the cliffs below block most of the highway noise.
- Looking Northwest from the Rowena Plateau Trail across the Columbia River towards Washington. This is near the turn-around point of the trail.
- Turkey Vultures lazily glide across the land looking for a meal at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.
- A Red-winged blackbird looks for dangererous tourists at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve. These birds love to hang around the ponds.
- The white flowers of Fool's Onion (Latin name: Brodiana hyacinthina) dot the meadows in early to mid-May at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.