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Tecolote Canyon in High Summer

TRAIL Difficulty: EASY +/- 1 mile
PLANT KNOWLEDGE: Beginner to Intermediate

This high summer walk is an in depth look at a wide number of native and non-native species in one of our urban natural parks: Tecolote Canyon. This canyon has a long history of development and recreational use, and is home to many endangered species of birds and plants like the coastal barrel cactus (Ferocactus viridescens), White coast ceanothus (Ceanothus verrucosus), and Nuttall's scrub oak (Quercus dumosa). This area is near and dear to many in this group and San Diego CNPS because it is where we have been independently assisting in restoration, education, and volunteering for the City of San Diego parks for a few years now.

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Earlier Event: August 7
Conservation Committee Meeting
Later Event: September 4
Conservation Committee Meeting