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Wildflowers A’bloom Near Crater Lake!

by 30 Mile Admin

‘Tis wildflower season in the Upper Klamath Basin! I went out today and took some pictures just on my property at  Crystalwood Lodge, and was amazed at the variety I saw.

Klamath Basin WildflowersMeadow wildflowers

A great way to slow down and “smell the roses”. While I didn’t see any roses, I sure did see a huge variety of native wildflowers, most of whom bloom July – Sept.

Delicate wildflowersDots of color in the meadow

From asters to yarrow, and everything in between….

Asters in the meadowyarrow everywhere!

While this is the “slow season” for birding, between the summer nesting and fall migrations, there’s still plenty to see and do.

Elderberry flowers

And while you’re at it, can you help me identify these???

Mystery Wildflowers IMystery Wildflowers II

Even more wildflowers are on display at Crater Lake National Park, so get out your guide books and come explore!

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