Photos from hike at Edgewood County Park, February 27, 2007

I needed at least a short hike so I had a brief stroll in Edgewood County Park today. There was an abundance of hound's tongue but it was beaten down by the rain, the flower heads pointing to the ground (to keep the sexual organs dry?). There was some indian warrior but I did not go on the trail where they are abundant. There were just a few shooting stars and not much else until I came to the spot where there are usually zigadee (zigadenus fremontii). Today they were plentiful, more than I had ever seen there before among the bush lupines.

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