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Sunday, January 27, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Leader: Todd Plummer

This is an easy walk of about two miles, visiting two serpentine exposures on the lower slopes of Mt. Burdell.Most years, there are many early-blooming wildflowers such as little sticky-seed (Blennosperma nanum), goldfields (Lasthenia californica), star zigadene (Toxicoscordion fremontii), early pepper-cress (Lepidium nitidum), bluedicks (Dichelostemma capitatum), lily-fritillary (Fritillaria liliacea), purple mouse-ears (Mimulus douglasii), and annual suncups (Tetrapteron graciliflorum).
Meet at the San Carlos Open Space entrance, a stub-street north off San Marin Dr. about two miles west of Highway 101.

PlantID.net interactive plant guide for this trip.

Marin CNPS plant list for this trip.

Rain cancels    call Todd Plummer if in doubt

Leader: Todd Plummer          415-419-4095

Fritillaria liliacea (lily-fritillary)—William Follette