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Poison Oak just leafing out in the spring. Some of the sprigs are in the trail Rowena Plateau Trail.

aai.jpg 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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.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.ThumbnailsOne area near the second pond sports a bit of Mimulus or Monkeyflower.

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Steve Jones
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