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Lupines blooming in the meadows at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.

aag.jpg Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.Balsamrood and Lupines carpet the ground on the pleateu above the Columbis River at the Tom McCall Nature Preserve.ThumbnailsThere 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.

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Steve Jones
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Saturday 9 May 2009
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